ROCKVILLE, Md. -- Eggs are the menu-maker's best friend, especially when they can be turned into unique, premium signatures that reach beyond the breakfast daypart.
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In the new report Eggs: Culinary Trend Tracking Series market research firm Packaged Facts highlights nine egg-tastic innovations sweeping foodservice and restaurants across America:
As Packaged Facts notes, each of these egg specialties is super-adaptable, playing well with scads of other ingredients, from breakfast to late-night, and for carnivores and vegetarians alike.
"Eggs have always been a restaurant and home kitchen workhorse, but they have garnered new levels of respect," says David Sprinkle, research director for Packaged Facts.
As part of its examination of eggs, Packaged Facts also identifies key trend drivers propelling retail food and culinary trends. Many are likely familiar to marketers, brand managers, and consumer trend specialists who are tracking what is compelling to consumers and motivates them to purchase and consume certain foods and beverages, and to replace one menu selection or packaged product with another. These drivers align with core consumer values to be tapped for menu and new product development. Menu and retail trend translation tips included in the egg profiles provide detailed ideas and suggestions on how these culinary trends can be used to generate well-fed customers and business growth.
SOURCE Packaged Facts
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