Predicting upcoming trends is never easy. Especially when you’re predicting trends for an industry as volitile as the restaurant industry. But Kitchenall.com is committed to helping restaurant owners stay ahead of the game, so they put together 10 restaurant industry trends to look out for in 2014, based upon feedback and predictions from hundreds of restaurant owners as well as industry specialists.
This infographic shows how much grease the average fast food restaurant in the U.S. produces every day. Not only that, but it also shows how much grease is produced over a week, month, and year. To take the calculations even further, it reveals just how much grease is produced by all restaurants in the U.S. every day, week, month, and year.
Here Miami & The Beaches brings us the complete guide to dining in Miami – where to eat, top chefs, and the best food trucks! Restaurants and information have been compiled by the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau. You’ll find this guide particularly useful during Miami Spice restaurant months (August-September).
Gluten-free mentions on restaurant menus have increased 275 percent from 2009 to 2012. The gluten-free market is definitely growing, but are restaurants fully educated on what going gluten-free entails? Check out the infographic below presented by PizzaMarketplace.com to learn more about celiac disease and the gluten-free market.
This infographic takes a look at the the dangers that come with working in the food industry. From razor-sharp knives to 700 degree ovens, your favorite restaurant is more dangerous than you might think.
“Marvelous Mealtime Moments” is a ffun and informative way to learn about some of mankind’s greatest milestones in the food industry, all in infographic format courtesy of WEBstaurant Restaurant Supplies.
Foodies rejoice. Eating well in the UK doesn’t always have to cost an arm and a leg. The travel by train experts at The Trainline created this extensive list of British restaurants that are all Michelin Star Rated for the UK local or the traveling foodie.
Chef Gordon Ramsay has experienced much success as a chef, a restaraunt owner and even as a reality television star. However, Ramsay’s prowness for establishing restaurants does not resonate with his ability to save them from going under. In fact, a large percentage of the restaraunts that were showcased on Kitchen Nightmares have either gone out of business or have been sold.
Keeping it Kleen’s new infographic highlights the changes that have occurred in the history of food safety. Today’s consumers are encouraged to provide their feedback using social media and review sites to promote better food safety standards.