Beans and franks top seller?
I’ll predict the tends right here without even reading the article.
More corners will be cut with quality of service/ingredients to maximize profit, which will make food/restaurants less desirable.
This has been the ‘trend’ during the past 3-4 years, and I hardly ever go out to eat at a ‘corporate’ restaurant anymore.(they seem to be to worst for it)
We even went to a Ruth’s Chris for our anniversary last month, and it was far less that perfect. That’s VERY unusual for them!
due to Obamacare!
hardly ate out the last 15 years anyway.
1. Automation - Machines don't need healthcare or strike for more wages. What is coming from the workers and governmet over the next four years is a high degree of uncertainty, but machines replace uncertainty with smooth running known costs.
2. Higher nutritional foods - This will be done in the name of appeasing the king's wife Michelle, but can also serve to justify higher prices in order to pay for the costs of the higher expense employees.
3. Selling uncooked foods - EBT cards have grown tremendously in use in the Obama years, and will continue. But most restaurants can't take them, because they can't be used for hot cooked foods. By offering uncooked take home meals, they can cash in on the EBT craze.