It’s one thing to say that the food and beverage industry has continued to grow but it’s another to back it up with data. Intermedia have released their annual market research report exploring the spend, behaviour and preference of the Australian population when it comes to eating out. Continue reading to learn just what Australians got up to last when they went out to eat, dine and enjoy.
Our ‘Food in Focus’ series introduces you to some of the team’s favourite foodie spots both in our hometown of Melbourne and around the globe. These are the spots that we love for their offer, their hospitality and the memorable experience that comes with it. First up is Francis’ favourite deli, Emerald Hill Deli, found at the South Melbourne Market in Melbourne - the place you’ll find him most Saturday mornings filling up his shopper with beautiful cheese and delicious charcuterie.
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.
Walk through a Future Food-curated food precinct Today and you won’t see any fast food majors in sight. Nor are the people using these spaces asking for them. This is because, for a growing number of consumers, health is at the forefront of their consciousness so the ‘cheeseburger and fries’ does not quite cut it anymore. Not only do fast food options not quite cut it but people are measuring health differently now. We’ve moved beyond counting calories and into the era of good, honest food that people see as nutritious and nourishing...