Over the last couple of years, local mom and pop restaurants have been growing at a faster rate than national chains. Here are 3 tips to help you take advantage of this trend and improve your local marketing.
A properly stocked first aid kit and safety training will mitigate the occurrence and severity of most accidents that take place in commercial kitchens. Knowing what should be in a restaurant first aid kit, how many kits you need, and where and how to properly administer first aid is essential for any food operator.
Great food presented well is a feast for all the senses. Instagram takes visual appeal to a higher level. Diners are whipping out smartphones to photograph their food before eating, and these photos are being sent to cyberspace for all to see. An estimated sixty-nine percent of millennials (young adults aged 19-26) routinely take pictures of their meal before consumption, according to Maru/Matchbox. Thousands of food images are captured on Instagram and these millennials spend about 5 days per week searching food images. The smart restaurant manager can take advantage of this new concept and utilize it as a powerful and free advertising tool.
Easily locating and dispensing food rotation labels is a crucial aspect of a restaurant’s food services operation. When not readily available, it creates frustration and even poses a health and safety hazard in commercial kitchens. Eliminate this hassle with a DaySpenser® label dispenser.
Don’t fall behind the competition and ignore these emerging packaging trends affecting the food service industry. Have an active solution in place to ensure your brand stands out among the crowd.