Thursday, December 18, 2014

Freshii, Lyfe Kitchen, Maoz, Native Foods Cafe, Veggie Grill on Success Watch List for 2015

 Foodservice Solutions® ‘Better for You’ Restaurant’s to Watch for 2015

The undercurrents of retail foodservice change driven by Millennials quest for ‘better for you’ food and discovery of all things food has left us enough clues that we are out with our 2015 ‘better for you food’ restaurant watch list.  Here are our five picks for ongoing ‘Better for You’ Restaurant success in 2015:

1.       Freshii: Serving Soups, Burritos, Salads, and Wraps all of which can become personalized and customized meal components bundled into a family meal. Freshii is a great example of Grocerant niche success.

2.       Lyfe Kitchen: Serving portobella pasta, fish tacos, and quinoa crunch wraps extols the halo of better for you food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. They offer catering and ‘grocery’ items as well building a grocerant niche success story.

3.       Maoz: Serving Vegetarian pita pockets, salads with falafel, and hummus. Grocerant niche mix and match toppings and sauces from a self-serv salad bar enabling customization and personalization hallmarks of grocerant niche success.

4.       Native Foods Café: Serving vegan food, including salads, sandwiches and “Earth Bowls” all available for Take-Away.  With the halo of ‘better for you’ and bold flavors customer adoption continues to swell.

5.       Veggie Grill: Serving ‘plant-based’ salads, sandwiches, soups, even burger (all are vegetarian). Empowering choice and customization burgers can be served on wheat bun or bed of steamed kale.

If success does leave clues we suggest that you watch these five restaurants as they are all growing, innovating, while creating consumer relevance with consumer buzz and Braggability. Are you ready for Outside Eye’s that drive Top line Sales and Bottom line profits?
Interested in learning how can you work grocerant niche products into your establishment to grow profits and capture customers while they are in your store? Call 253-759-7869 as for the Grocerant Guru™,

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