Technomic presents Canadian restaurant chains with awards based on consumer ratings at the Restaurants Canada Show

CHICAGO, Mar. 12, 2020—Technomic awarded six Canadian restaurant operators with Canada’s Favorite Chains awards at the March Canadian Foodservice Planning Program meeting, held in conjunction with the Restaurants Canada Show. The program’s biannual meetings are built to assist foodservice suppliers with strategic planning, while providing networking opportunities with industry peers.

After the Technomic sessions on industry, menu and consumer trends were presented, the Canada’s Favorite Chains award winners were announced and those who were present accepted their trophies. The candidates were determined using Technomic Ignite Consumer, which leverages consumer ratings of more than 60 attributes based on recent visits to restaurant chains.

“It’s always exciting to see our manufacturer and operator clients come together, so presenting these awards during the RC Show was the perfect opportunity to facilitate that,” said Bernadette Noone, vice president of programs at Technomic.


Award winners were:

  • Technology
    • La Cage Brasserie Sportive, Full Service
    • Starbucks, Limited Service
  • Convenience & Takeout
    • St-Hubert, Full Service
    • Pizza 73, Limited Service
  • Loyalty
    • Toujours Mikes, Full Service
    • Little Caesars, Limited Service

 

This meeting is only open to members of Technomic’s Canadian Foodservice Planning Program, built for foodservice industry suppliers who do business in Canada. In addition to two in-person meetings, membership includes custom studies and reports, newsletters and ongoing deliverables. For more information on the program, visit Technomic.com or contact one of the individuals listed below.

Contacts:
Press inquiries and report details: Bernadette Noone, (312) 506-3853, bnoone@technomic.com
Purchasing details: Patrick Noone, (312) 506-3852, pnoone@technomic.com

About Technomic
Technomic, Inc., a Winsight company, was founded as a management consulting firm in 1966. Since then, Technomic’s services have grown to encompass cloud-based B2B research tools, consumer and menu trend tracking, as well as other leading strategic research and analytic capabilities, to prioritize and size business opportunities. Our clients include food manufacturers and distributors, restaurants, retailers and multiple other business verticals aligned with the food industry that are looking to make informed decisions to support their business growth. Visit Technomic at www.technomic.com

About Winsight LLC
Winsight LLC is a business-to-business information company serving the restaurant and noncommercial foodservice, convenience and petroleum retailing and grocery industries. Winsight provides research and analytics, branding solutions, face-to-face opportunities, lead generation initiatives, and content marketing services through products including subscription data products, reports, research tools, research programs, fully custom studies, conferences, custom marketing services, meetings, print and digital trade media. To learn more, visit www.winsightmedia.com

Winsight LLC is a portfolio company of Pamlico Capital.

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