74 Results for "Industry Research"
Foodservice manufacturers, distributors, and operators have many mutual goals - above all to grow the industry by providing greater value to consumers. In an unprecedented presentation at Presidents Conference 2013, Larry Oberkfell, Dawn Sweeney, and Mark Allen took the stage together to evoke a call-to-action for the entire industry.
Posted by IFMA January 16, 2014
Tagged in: Presidents Conference, Foodservice Operators, IFMA Manufacturer Members, Foodservice Industry Research, Sales / Supply Chain, Foodservice Distributors, Industry Research
The foodservice industry is maturing and the industry structure is changing. Consumers now hold more power. There is industry consolidation and significant increases in aggregated purchasing by operators. Distributor profitability will increasingly be tied to supply chain efficiency. How will manufacturers and industry partners need to evolve to profit in 2020? Read the Marketing & Sales Leaders Forum executive summary to find out.
Posted by IFMA October 16, 2013
Tagged in: Marketing & Sales Leaders Forum, Strategic Issues Series, Foodservice Industry Research, Industry Research
Preliminary findings from new consumer research conducted by Datassential for IFMA's Consumer Planning Program members indicates that consumers are skeptical about the word "fresh" on the menu, and there are some requirements to use it in a compelling and convincing way.
Posted by IFMA October 11, 2013
Tagged in: Discover, Foodservice Industry Research, Consumer Planning Program, Industry Research
Specialty beverages are moving through the menu adoption cycle faster than ever as more and more new items are introduced into the foodservice marketplace. At a July 2013 Chain Operator Forum, these trends were presented and discussed in an open forum with leading chain operators and foodservice manufacturers.
Tagged in: Foodservice Channel Partners, Discover, Foodservice Operators, Foodservice Industry Research, Industry Research
Lunch and dinner combo meals purchases have been on the decline since 2007. This negative trend has resulted in average order size declines cutting into profit margins. NPD's latest report will give you the insight into what exactly is driving consumers away from combo meals and how it can be reversed.
Posted by Bonnie Riggs, Restaurant Industry Analyst, The NPD Group July 15, 2013
Tagged in: Discover, Foodservice Industry Research, Consumer Behavior, Consumer Planning Program, Industry Research