Tweet As I have noted on The Back Burner before, more and more restaurants are sourcing their food locally. And restaurants in urban areas are even turning vacant lots, empty roofs, and bare terraces into herb and vegetable gardens, yielding fresh produce for their customers. The trend has taken off quickly, and, at least in [...]
Archive | September, 2009
Tweet More and more restaurants are exploring ways to make their operations “sustainable.” Yes, it’s a buzzword, and yes, it’s a trend most commonly associated with San Francisco restaurants and other yuppie hideouts. That doesn’t mean most of the restaurants out there can’t utilize sustainability in their operations. Trends show that consumers are increasingly educated [...]
Tweet Feel like you need to get caught up on what’s been going on in the food service industry? Here’s some hot industry trends that will help you get up to speed: 1. A National Tax On Soft Drinks? The advocacy group Center for Science in the Public Interest is promoting a tax on soft [...]
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