How to Customize Noncommercial Operations to Serve Gen X

Every generation assimilates the food and environmental ethos of its time. One-size-fits-all marketing may be tempting because it’s easy, but it can never adequately serve the unique demographic and psychographic variations that distinguish one generation from another.

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Sustainability and Animal Welfare: Building Transparency Within Your Protein Category

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How to Customize Noncommercial Operations to Serve Baby Boomers

Every generation assimilates the food and environmental ethos of its time. One-size-fits-all marketing may be tempting because it’s easy, but it can never adequately serve the unique demographic and psychographic variations that distinguish one generation from another.

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how to integrate pork into plant-forward menus

Plant-forward eating is gaining steam. Propelled by a slew of research and documentaries touting the health and environmental benefits of eating fruits, vegetables, pulses and legumes, even A-list celebrities are promoting the trend with gusto.

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Break The Mold

The appearance of pork on restaurant menus is becoming increasingly prevalent, and that is creating strong revenue opportunities for independent meat processors that provide foodservice operators with insightful preparation and merchandising advice and a wide range of high-quality cuts.

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Generational Marketing: How Noncommercial Operators Can Keep Their Captive Audiences Coming Back for More

Americans may spend well over $800 billion annually in restaurants, but these eateries aren’t the only foodservice game in town. The noncommercial segment feeds consumers in the environments they frequent regularly—college and university campuses, workplaces, and healthcare facilities, among them.

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The Sustainability Imperative: How Clemens Food Group Is Responding

Sustainability is a regular topic of conversation in both consumer and industry food circles, but it can be difficult to pinpoint precisely what the term means.

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4 Things to Know About Functional Foods

Hippocrates said “Let food be thy medicine, and medicine be thy food.” Modern translation: Eat functional foods.

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5 Ways to Reduce Waste in Your Operation

Traditionally, preventing waste—never mind tackling environmental and social justice issues—was not part of foodservice operations. Yet increasingly, diners are asking culinary professionals to make decisions that impact their health, the environment, and ultimately, our collective food future. The International Food Information Council’s 2018 Food & Health Survey reported that six in 10 consumers say it is important that the food they purchase or consume is produced sustainably. From straw bans to technological enhancements, here are some of the innovative ways foodservice operations manage their waste streams.
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Accentuate the attributes

Meat processors can help boost foodservice pork sales by supplying operators with selections that have the claims that are most important to consumer, while providing merchandising guidance to their customers.

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Topics: Cutters