Preferences for new flavors increasingly vary by generation
Study conducted by Technomic reveals the latest trends and data needed to better understand consumers’ shifting flavor behaviors and attitudes
Technomic releases its 2018 Canadian Trends Forecast
Company predicts six new hot topics in foodservice for the coming year
Dessert is increasingly considered an anytime occasion
Study conducted by Technomic reveals the latest trends and data to understand consumers’ shifting dessert behaviors and attitudes
What Albertsons’ Deal to Acquire Plated Means for the Food Business
By Erik Thoresen, Principal, on September 26, 2017 What does Albertsons’ $200 million deal to acquire Plated (DineInFresh, Inc.) mean for the food business? Read more »
Put your culinary team to the test
Results from our most recent survey show which August in-market LTOs are the most likely to be ordered on the basis of the item’s name and description.
Consumers spend $181 billion annually on beverages in foodservice
Technomic’s Away-From-Home Beverage Study evaluates growth trends and future implications
Amazon's First Move
By Joe Pawlak, Managing Principal, on August 31, 2017 It took little time before Amazon made its first move in the supermarket industry following the Whole Foods acquisition by announcing drastic price reductions in several product categories. Read more »
Starters, small plates and sides playing a key role as eating habits shift
Study conducted by Technomic reveals the latest trends and data to understanding consumers’ shifting behavior and attitudes toward starters, small plates and sides.
Balancing authenticity and approachability is vital as Canadians’ interest in ethnic cuisines grows
Study conducted by Technomic reveals the latest data on consumer perceptions, attitudes and behaviours with regard to ethnic foods and flavours
Marketing to millennial parents: Study findings show that this growing consumer segment should not be overlooked
Technomic’s 2017 U.S. Millennial Parents Insights Report finds that millennials with children are dining away-from-home at least once per week.