Tag Archives: Foodservice

Potential New Additions for Starbucks France Range: What Would Work?

Coffee drinking is part of French culture, which makes hot coffee ranges in foodservice an important consideration. On the one hand traditionalism means consumers often stick to country-specific classics, on the other hand it is likely that younger or more experimental consumers would seek novelty.  French coffee is typically served short and black, with milky coffee […]

The best Christmas sandwiches this year: go crazy or stick to the basics?

This year most UK retailers and food service chains launched their Christmas sarnie ranges in the end of October. Marks & Spencer is offering a variety of twelve sandwiches, including a new vegan option called Nutcracker Sandwich, with a filling of sweet potato, chestnut and cranberry roast, butternut squash, cranberry chutney, pistachios and caramelised pecans. Meat consumers are […]

Wine pairings with meat-free food: what consumers want

Thoughtfully pairing wine with food can transform a meal. Although there are no rules set in stone, expert advice is available online to help consumers combine food and wine based on certain qualities, such as acidity, of both the food group and the wine. Currently many consumers are moving towards a more plant-based diet, looking […]