We’ve got the takeout packaging options you need to meet the latest polystyrene laws and your restaurant’s environmental goals. Our team can help you find the perfect packaging for your every need.
Keto-focused dishes have risen in popularity recently alongside the ketogenic diet craze. Keto dieters focus on foods that are high in fat, quality sources of protein and low in carbohydrates. On this page you’ll find a list of recommended keto-friendly foods and the item numbers for some of our corresponding products.
Dennis Food Service maintains a growing database of recipes, unique dishes and menu concepts. Take advantage of profitable products, seasonal trends and national holidays while discovering new dishes ready for your signature touch.
We’ve put together an assortment of our best-selling breakfast items, rebates and recipes! Looking for more? We have dozens of other options and varieties available in our inventory, ask your Account Executive for suggestions!
From initial sizzle to final plating, whether it’s the first ingredient or the finishing touch, make it a sauce that’s the perfect amount of sweet, smoky or spicy…
Dennis Food Service is New England’s largest employee-owned broadline foodservice distributor. Our mission is to provide real value and profitability to restaurants and food-based businesses in Maine and New Hampshire.
General Mills Convenience & Foodservice serves the convenience, foodservice and bakery industries by providing quality products from time-trusted brands.
Discover our most popular chicken wings! Plus, with many more varieties in our inventory, your Account Executive can help find just the right wings for your operation! We also have all the sauces, dressings, wingcessories and fan-favorite appetizers to help make your game day menu amazing!
Consumers agree Mexican cuisine is unique and exciting, with ethnic flavors and fish tacos on trend at restaurants. And these Boom Boom Crispy Fish Tacos have the menu appeal and pack the flavor to satisfy adventuresome diners.
Packed with flavor, healthy protein from chicken and fresh veggies this hearty sandwich is easily customized for max appeal among varying age groups, bringing a new level of boom to your lunch offerings!
It’s chaos meets culinary genius in this spicy pie that is a kick-to-the-face of bold flavor… and we mean that in a good way! Your customers are in for a treat with this loaded pizza; chicken, beans, veggies and cheese with not one, but two specialty sauces.
Fresh Kalbi marinated and seared cauliflower grilled until tender and served on a bed of greens. Finished with Ken’s Boom Boom Sauce and cilantro.
A vegetarian option that carnivores will crave too! Give your customers a bold ‘n toasty sandwich unlike any other with a helping kick from Ken’s! In this simple masterpiece Boom Boom Sauce and black bean corn salsa meet up for a grilled cheese that has serious Southwestern flair!
This Brûléed Banana Crunch features layers flavors of brûléed banana, fluffy waffle, ice cream, and crunchy popcorn covered in chocolate and caramel sauces to achieve a treat that is equal parts sweet, equal parts salty and 100% awesome.
Technomic predicts that, in 2024, a “breakfast boom” could see consumers treating themselves to foodservice in the morning rather than lunch as a more affordable restaurant occasion, reported The Food Industry.
Pizza consumption is at its highest level in years and is in a position to grab a big portion of the growing takeout market.
By learning more about what tastes and influences are shared among age groups, restaurants can create profitable and engaging opportunities around those values and preferences. The following dining preferences can be helpful in better serving your restaurant customers and their varying preferences.
Data makes the world go ‘round. At least, it’s one of the most crucial tools to help keep restaurants successful. Take a closer look at some of the stats behind popular marketing methods, see what channels make the most sense, and start thinking of creative ways to reach your audience today!
Consumer tastes, automation and population trends will all have an impact on our sector. Those brands that will survive and thrive have one eye on the balance sheet and the other on the future. The year’s coming trends revolve around talent, technology and tastes. See below.
A growing number of today’s restaurant patrons would rather order delivery or takeout than dine in. In fact, the booming market for food that leaves an operator’s walls will surpass $300 billion in sales by 2023. Nevertheless, on-demand foodservice has its challenges…
Increasing competition and customer expectations for consistent, quality service at restaurants makes getting people in the door more difficult than ever in today’s market. Competition created by new establishments and constant scrutiny via social media have raised the bar for service standards. Modern restaurateurs must react faster in order to succeed…
It seems that every shift to the restaurant landscape brings with it a list of questions: What is the next hot flavor trend to watch? Which segment truly owns convenience? What is today’s definition of health? What type of technology is up and coming next?
Most fast-casual operators believe that competency creates conversation. That being “good” equals word of mouth. But it often does not, because almost every competitor is at least good. If you want customers to tell others about your restaurants — and you do — you must be different in addition to being excellent.
To identify a target market, operators often look to specific generations. Baby Boomers, Gen Xers, Millennials, and Gen Z customers all have different food and dining attitudes, habits, and preferences. What we’re finding now is that many macro trends are shared across generations. They might just manifest in different ways in terms of specific needs and operational executions, but the trends are very applicable across almost all demographics. Once operators have a grasp on overarching themes, they can develop their menus, strategize, and market more effectively. Continue reading…
Breakfast is the fastest-growing meal of the day! In fact, breakfast visits increased 4% for the year ending in May 2015, according to NPD, while lunch and dinner visits were flat. Despite that, Technomic data indicate that it’s also the most skipped meal, due to consumer issues of time, desire for lighter options and affordability. Addressing those concerns and doing it better than the competition means more opportunity to build sales and satisfy patrons.
It’s no surprise that the overall coffee market is growing. Driving this growth is the quality of coffee and the options for customization available to customers. New formats and varieties are emerging as coffee continues to resonate with consumers…
February is National Pancake Month! With the scent of melting butter, sizzling batter and warm maple syrup in the air your diners are sure to be in the mood for a helping of warm, fluffy pancakes.
What is the big whoop about Millennials? Well, they are the largest generation in America for starters…
Here’s a look at a few foodservice trends that we will be seeing more of in the coming years…