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Food Trends that will boost restaurant sales in 2016

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As early as today, people who are involved in the restaurant business are closely monitoring the upcoming trends for next year. Restaurant operators have plenty to compete it, making it necessary for them to stay on top of their game and find strategies to beat the growing competition.

These food trends are a must-watch for boosting restaurant sales in 2016.

1. Organic ingredients

People these days are opting for restaurants that serve dishes made with organic or premium ingredients. Greater preference for healthy menu options have been seen in recent years and the trend is only expected to grow from there. As the younger generation gets older and moves away from their preference for convenience, they can be expected to gravitate towards healthier options as they will also have greater financial capacity to patronise these types of restaurants.

2. Locally-sourced raw materials

More operators are hiring local suppliers and capitalising on consumer interest in all things local. Whether it’s bringing in locally-made furniture, incorporating artisanal patterns, or cooking up locally-grown ingredients, consumers will definitely support it. Local businesses are in.

3. Tech options

Today’s mobile consumer is never satisfied. The need for mobile technology advancements continues to grow. Restaurants that embrace technology and use it to deliver a better customer or dining experience are a big hit in today’s (and the future) food market. Tech options, when applied and executed correctly, can help drive tremendous restaurant sales.

Want to know about the food trends in your area? Call your trusted Melbourne Business Broker and stay in the loop with the latest happenings in and around your town. You’ll be better equipped to start, revamp, or improve your business when you have the information you need to make it happen.

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