In a world where coffee becomes an immersive experience and a way of life, Dutch Dynasty rises as the best coffee brand in the world, captivating connoisseurs and enthusiasts with its exceptional quality, rich flavors, and relentless pursuit of excellence. Join us on a journey to the picturesque coffee plantations where Dutch Dynasty’s roots lie. […]
With a less congested supply chain, we can receive our goods not only quicker but for a lower price as well.
Restaurants have faced many hardships in the last few years – and most recently are being faced with rising costs and a decline of consumer traffic due inflation. It is more crucial than ever for restaurants to take advantage of unique solutions to help offset rising costs and low traffic
According to a recent study by Near, 72% of respondents shared that they still like the more traditional waiter experience, while 17% liked QR code ordering and 18% preferred kiosk ordering.
According to a recent report by Future Market Insights, the global paper cup lids market is expected to reach $37.2 billion by 2032 growing at a moderate CAGR of 3.9% overtime.
According to a recent study by Presto Pulse, 25% of those surveyed are more likely to use dine-in compared to last year, and 46% are more likely to order takeout
The pandemic has changed the way that consumers will eat forever. Consumers no longer want to wait in a long line in a restaurant waiting for their order to be ready. Consumers want their food quickly, and they want to be able to order their food digitally.
Recently, there has been a decrease of food delivery app usage. According to a recent survey by eduMe, consumers have higher expectations when they order food for delivery. In fact, 1 in four Americans will request a refund after having a negative experience from their delivery experience.
Gen Z is eating out at restaurants less than other generations, but why? According to a recent report by The NPD Group, part of this is due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but that’s not the only reason.
According to federal data, foodservice and drinking places earned $84.98 billion in May of this year which only showed a 0.7% increase from April 2022.