Friday, December 7, 2012

If You cooked for Thanksgiving looks as if you will for Christmas and New Year’s as well.

One thing is clear if you prepared a meal for a recent holiday; parts of that meal were comprised of prepared meal components that you mix and matched then assembled with you’re cooking into a customized home served meal.

In a survey conducted by Harris Interactive in November, 2012 found 88% plan to host all over gain in the near future or next year. But not surprisingly, given the amount of time and work required, 66% of US adults who cooked a Thanksgiving meal admitted to having some regrets with how they pulled off the meal. Number 1 on the list is timing the meal correctly (21%), followed by not enough advance planning (16%) and too much time spent hand-washing dishes (15%).”

In 2012 you need not have any regrets, Whole Foods, Kroger, Boston Market, Safeway, Poyeye’s and Central Market all have complete meal packages that are easy to assemble and simply ready-2-eat or can be heat-N-eat fresh prepared and focused on holiday at hand.  New Year’s Eve Party’s or Christmas Dinners full meals or just components that require little cooking knowledge or skill set.

The Grocerant niche is booming and restaurants and grocery stores are all simply waiting for your call, order or request.  Food retailing is evolving and retailers are out to help you create new traditions. Visit: 

Interested in learning how the 5P’s of Food Marketing can edify your retail food brand while creating a platform for consumer convenient meal participationdifferentiation and individualization contact us via Email us at: Steve@FoodserviceSolutions  visit Johnson, or

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