Foodservice focus July 2015 – innovation, expansion, McDonald's and Yum!
As busy global consumers feel they face ever tightening schedules, they are increasingly looking for out-of-home options for various eating occasions. The foodservice sector is an area of growing importance for food manufacturers. In order to appropriately address the needs of the channel, it is important to keep up-to-date with the latest developments in the trade. And last month's key developments demonstrate how operators are attempting to use innovation to strengthen their appeal.
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