What once began as a nice interest in organic food has now become a major industry, and the growing demand for meat-free products represents significant business opportunities for any restaurant striving to keep up with the latest trends. Here's why embracing the Meatless Monday movement could open your restaurant to a new demographic, and save the planet at the same time.
Millennials represent one of the most influential consumer bases in the country, with over $200 bn of their combined income pumped into the economy. They are also extremely keen on dining out and trying new things, too, so it certainly pays to make use of new and inventive ways to attract millennials to your restaurant.
Organic food has gone from a mostly misunderstood niche to a multi-billion industry. Demand for fresher, more environmentally conscious ingredients is pushing many restaurants toward a more sustainable approach to their menu - but why exactly is organic food on the rise?
Consumer awareness of the benefits of eating organic produce has pushed it into becoming a $55 bn industry in the last 18 months, making the decision to open your own organic restaurant more viable than ever. But there are still a few things to consider when you do...
Opening a restaurant is the dream of many food-lovers, yearning to turn their passion for food into a moneymaking enterprise. But in order to get the right amount of investment to put you on your feet, you're going to need a solid business plan outlining every aspect of what you want to do, and exactly how you plan to do it.
Creating a menu that is clearly laid out, enticing, and regularly updated is one of the safest ways of keeping your business afloat, as the food on that menu is the primary lifeblood of any food-serving entity right now. With so many businesses being delivery-only, you're going need to optimize your menu as the face of your restaurant - and here's how to do it.
Turning your passion for cooking into an enterprise that not only pays the bills, but puts a fire in your soul, is the dream of restauranteurs everywhere. But dreams often aren’t straightforward, so there are plenty of things to consider when opening a restaurant of your own - - let's take a look at what you need to know.
Whether you're just starting out or if you've been in the business for decades, it always helps to spice up your menu with exciting new items that are sure to entice customers both new and regular. Here are ten menu ideas to revitalise your restaurant.
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