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Have it your way?
Transcript of Have it your way?
different types of
diets? Will it be profitable for restaurants to follow this trend? What is a "Gluten Free" Diet Not eating any animals or animal bi-products
1% of Americans
Why do people go on a vegan diet?
Difficulties of a vegan diet What is a "Vegan" diet? What is a Vegetarian diet? Dairy free diets What are the restaurant trends for these diets? So what are the costs for a restaurant to accommodate these food trends? What are the costs for a chain restaurant? What are the costs for a local restaurant? How do restaurants use these trends to create a competitive advantage? Recommendations to a restaurant owner Gluten free products cost 3 times the amount as regular products America is on a health kick
More restaurants are creating gluten free options, or labeling menus
Naturally vegetarian options
Gluten-free menu claims have grown a 114 percent over the last three years Increased customer loyalty Restaurants can charge a premium for gluten free menu items, which leads to increased sales revenues Restaurants who serve gluten free menu items gain access to a growing number of gluten free registries -Creates free advertising opportunity New menu printing costs on average $1,000 Adding separate freezer for gluten free products = $600 -$2,000 P.F. Chang's China Bistro Training costs of $2,600 per location New menu printing costs of $1,000 New equipment cost of $550 Total cost of around $4100 per location The first quarter after P.F. Chang's implemented their gluten free menu, NOI increased from 12 million to 14.7 million dollars Lacto-vegetarian: no meat, fish, poultry or eggs. Dairy products are allowed. Lacto-ovo vegetarian: no meat, fish or poultry. Dairy products and eggs allowed. Ovo-vegetarian: No meat, fish, poultry, or dairy products. Eggs are allowed. The Cellar Restaurant in Blacksburg, VA 20 percent increase in sales
Profit margin decreased for certain items
Increase in customer loyalty Costs for a restaurant to be gluten free certified... What is lactose?
90% of Asian Americans adults
Naturally dairy free foods
Why do people do a "dairy free" diet?
Risks associated with diet
Enzymes in food
Soy vs. Almond References What is Gluten and what makes food "Gluten Free"
Glutenin/Gliadin --> wheat
Secalin --> rye
Hordein --> barley
Zein --> corn
Oryzenin --> rice
Avenin --> oats
Why are people trying the "Gluten Free" diet?
What is the difference between Celiac disease and Gluten-sensitive? GFS Laboratories International Staff training Documentation management training Initial laboratory testing Yearly follow up testing (random) $1,000-$10,000 per year Finding gluten free suppliers Benefits Include: Use of gluten free logo Listed on their registry Average sales increase 10-15% Pescatarian: No meat or poultry. Seafood allowed. (Dairy products optional.) Start with labeling the menu and advertising
Reinforce products that have always been gluten-free
Follow the diet trends
Create gluten free options - here to stay
Embrace the change! The Cellar-Blacksburg, VA -utensils http://www.epicurious.com/articlesguides/blogs/editor/2012/05/what-does-gluten-free-mean.html
Kevin Long, owner of The Cellar Restaurant