Reser's new refrigerated Purely Hand-Cut Fruit options include Pineapple Spears, Mango Slices, Fruit Salad with Papaya, a Tropical Salad, Honeydew Halves and a Tropical Salad without Melons
February 22, 2018
The foodservice division at Reser’s Fine Foods, Beaverton, Ore., greets the new year with new side dishes. They include Crisp Cut Tri-Color Potatoes and an entirely new line of Reser’s Purely Hand-Cut Fruit offerings.
Case shipments of ancient grains to foodservice outlets increased by double-digits
February 19, 2018
The NPD Group, a leading global information company, reports that types of grains that were once eaten on a daily basis by ancient civilizations are growing in popularity again with today's consumers because of their perceived health benefits.
In 2018 and beyond, convenience protocols and systems are paramount for operator success
December 22, 2017
The NPD Group forecasts flat to sluggish foodservice traffic growth for 2018, but the trajectory could change, according to NPD Restaurant Industry Analyst, Bonnie Riggs. Focusing on what consumers want will help foodservice marketers better align their strategies to maximize relevance in 2018 and beyond, says Riggs.
A “chef-inspired” culinary innovation, Rich Products launched a complete liquid dairy alternative for professional kitchens
December 21, 2017
Making its debut under the company’s Culinary Solutions sub-brand, the new Plant Based Cooking Creme is a breakthrough for the foodservice industry, said Carolyn Tomlinson, the senior marketing manager in Rich’s Foodservice Division who steered the product’s development.
The February 2018 issue of Prepared Foods has us gaga for grains! In this issue, you'll find our cover story on heritage grains, a Q&A with Chef Michael Holleman on rice and grains, a look at the growing popularity of ancient grains, and much more.