Aimee analyzes, presents and reports on the foodservice industry across multiple channels. She also specializes in restaurant concept analysis, consumer trends, menu trend tracking and custom research in an editorial capacity, as well as contributing content for the company's Supermarket Foodservice Insights Group and Convenience Store Insights Group. A Technomic editor since 2003, Harvey is a frequent speaker at industry events.
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Part 2: Decompartmentalization, Need for Simplicity, Connection is Key
Consumers’ new jumbled routines have many blending family life with their careers. This is leading to changes within foodservice channels, including more blurred lines. In this second installment of our program, we’ll help you understand how the muddling of work and family lives will affect dayparts and off-premise business, as well inform you how to better sell to operators throughout the pandemic and beyond. Next, we’ll discuss how consumers are looking to simplify their lives, and why restaurant operators are following suite. We’ll examine what the growing importance of a “less is more” strategy for both menu and in operational practices means for your planning and product development purposes. Lastly, we’ll highlight why connection is an integral part of the foodservice experience, what connection will look like after the pandemic and how you can be a better partner to operators as they navigate a growing need to build connective restaurant experiences. Register now »