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Is there too much food?

Is there too much food?

Is there too much food?
Do we have too many F&B outlets in our communities, our shopping centres, our lives?

Let’s put the answer right up front: No.

Food may be on every street corner, but that does not mean it is successful. The essence of the Hospitality industry is that it is not about the volume of food around, but the quality and consistency to drive sales and bring customers back time and time again.

Cracking the Language Barrier: When is Hospitality Not Hospitality

Cracking the Language Barrier: When is Hospitality Not Hospitality

WHEN IS HOSPITALITY NOT HOSPITALITY? When it’s in the United States. 

Now before you think we are taking a shot at our American friends, I assure you we are not.  We talk a lot about Hospitality here at Future Food, so it is interesting to note that what we think it means is not a universal definition.

Going Veg? Saving the planet one meal at a time

Going Veg? Saving the planet one meal at a time

Today’s world of eating out and retail food is changing fast. An ever-increasing growth in vegetarian and vegan food choices reflects how we as a global-community feel about the future of food and saving our planet one meal at a time.

Capturing the Growth in the Fresh Food Marketplace

Capturing the Growth in the Fresh Food Marketplace

So far, 2018 has been the year of the fresh food market for Future Food. With a number of projects in the pipeline as well as a number recently completed including the Adelaide Central Market and Box Hill Central, we are seeing strong growth in this hospitality sector. The growth is sparking interest in market management and developers around the globe to reposition and reinvigorate existing markets to ride this growth or include market concepts in the masterplans of future developments. 

Hospitality Masterplanning Korea’s Largest Shopping Mall: Shinsegae Starfield Hanam

Hospitality Masterplanning Korea’s Largest Shopping Mall: Shinsegae Starfield Hanam

Future Food were brought onto the Shinsegae Starfield project as the principal hospitality masterplanners to work alongside owners, Shinsegae Property and Taubmans Asia. With an investment price tag of $1.3 billion, the scale of this project is one of the the biggest Korea has seen. See how Future Food tackled this project to deliver a world class dining experience to suit the elevated retail and entertainment offer at Shinsegae Starfield, Hanam.