At Future Food, we are constantly on the lookout for operators and concepts that are pushing the envelope on the food and beverage experience. Whether it's a modern update on the classic sandwich bar or an on-trend superfood cafe to replace the chain coffee shop, we are enjoying the growth in unique, customer-centric and exciting options we have when it comes to masterplanning precincts and projects which we work on. We've listed 10 food and beverage brands from around Australia which have caught our eye this year.
Recent research published by Roy Morgan has shown that 11.8 million people visit a quick service restaurant (QSR) every month in Australia. This figure is 13% higher on what it was four years ago meaning more and more Australians are frequenting QSR’s however, it also means that the competition in the QSR sector is far greater. So who topped the charts for customer satisfaction this year?
Fine dining has been evolving in the hospitality world lately and it’s not doing it in the direction of becoming more ‘fine’ in its accessibility but it’s actually evolving into the fast food category meaning people are able to get their hands on high quality food, quickly in many more retail precincts around the world. Fast ‘fine’ food is elevating the way people see food in these precincts and is allowing people to make good food choices without having to think too hard at all.