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Podcast

Tune into FoodService Director’s two podcasts: Dig In and Menu Feed. While Dig In offers an in-depth look at several topics impacting noncommercial foodservice, Menu Feed focuses squarely on all things culinary and is produced in collaboration with FSD’s sister magazine Restaurant Business.

Listeners will hear from industry experts, Winsight editors and operators themselves on issues ranging from the future of delivery to flavor trends to food insecurity. Both podcasts will incorporate data and analysis powered by FSD’s research partner,Technomic.

Menu

How Galit’s seasonal menu gets innovative with Middle Eastern food

Partners Zach Engel and Andres Clavero share how they've created a Chicago destination that retains its neighborhood vibe.

Operations

How fast casual Antique Taco found success with catering and events

Founders Ashley and Rick Ortiz share how their Chicago eatery is getting a piece of the $65 million catering pie.

Hear about the trends impacting this growing segment, including snacking, bar food and changing dietary preferences.

What will the customers of tomorrow be seeking at restaurants? Four college chefs share insights.

Hear insights from Chef Partner John Chiakulas on tapping into menu trends and diners’ evolving demands while retaining a laser focus on taste and service.

Lauren Hallow, manager of consumer insights for Technomic, shares strategies for creating successful limited-time offers on this episode of “Menu Feed.”

Founder Michael Schultz tells “Menu Feed” how the expanding all-day chain is setting itself apart in a competitive segment.

On this week’s episode of “Dig In,” representatives from the foodservice company share how it’s making waste reduction a “top priority.”

In the first episode of "Menu Feed," Senior Editor Patricia Cobe chats with Jeff Hanak, vice president of culinary for Chili’s Grill & Bar, and Jay Miller, director of product development and corporate chef for Firehouse Subs.

Hear experts talk about chocolate hummus, Levantine cuisine and whether cauliflower remains a menu powerhouse.

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