Challenged by per capita consumption, beer industry realizes nominal growth
Technomic Inc.’s 2015 BeerTAB Report illuminates the overall state of the beer market and identifies growth sectors.
Technomic's Take: 2016 Food Trends
Technomic lays out 10 trends that may prove transformational in 2016
Innovative desserts can boost check averages and drive off-peak traffic
Restaurants can seize opportunity to indulge diners’ appetites for new flavors at meal’s end.
Small plates will continue to rise in popularity, replacing traditional mealparts
Evolving foodservice usage and behavior drives left side of menu opportunities, Technomic Inc. study finds.
Integration of technology & training will optimize foodservice DSR productivity
2015 Technomic DSR Benchmarking Report Identifies Trends & Insights for Business Planning
Technomic finds millennials' adult beverage choices evolving as they mature
Millennials are highly engaged individuals that continue to combine adventure and increasingly sophisticated tastes in adult beverages.
Restaurant consumers' multidimensional definition of value emphasizes the overall dining experience
As consumer attitudes shift, Technomic Inc.’s study explores current foodservice value proposition.
Demand for high-quality and better-for-you burgers will lead to continued growth in the better burger space
Burgers remain a staple in consumers' diets, with consumers eating an average of 3.7 burgers a month, finds Technomic's Canadian Burger Consumer Trend Report
Winsight acquires Technomic
Winsight, LLC ("Winsight"), formerly CSP Business Media, a market-dominant, business-to-business media and information company specializing in the convenience-retailing, restaurant and noncommercial foodservice industries, announced today that it has acquired Technomic, the leading provider of primary and secondary market information and advisory services to the food industry.
Top 100 U.K. chain restaurants continue to increase sales and units
The 100 largest U.K. restaurant chains recorded a 6 percent annual sales increase in 2014, compared to 6.4 percent the prior year. According to data released by Technomic Inc. in its annual reporting on the top U.K. restaurant chains, the number of units grew by more than 4.3 percent in 2014, compared to unit growth of 4 percent the previous year.