From creative ways to bring food to the customer to instituting real solutions to preventing food waste and building more sustainable food systems, 2016 foodservice trends will make a big impact on how we feed customers in the future.
From mobile options to micromarkets and cool new facilities, here are the 10 dining trends that shaped the B&I foodservice world in 2015.
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Café makeover at Jackson Healthcare provides farm-to-fork approach within a rustic dining environment.
A rotating series of 20 trucks with food concepts developed especially for the company will roll out at the Mountain View Googleplex by the end of the year.
Holly Von Seggern of Whitsons Culinary named president-elect.
Benchmarking data from corporate dining research firm also shows a growing extension into mid-morning and –afternoon breaks.
The building's 12,000 person employee population will be able to order a selected set of food and beverages via a dedicated website and get delivery in 30 minutes.
Arcade Café emphasizes scratch-cooked choices and local ingredients as much as possible.
This and more are the things you missed for the week of Sept. 21.