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Crispy After
30-Minutes?
One of the Many Challenges
of Home Delivery


Long gone are the days that all meals are prepared and eaten at home. Lifestyles have evolved to a state of “on demand” and smartphone technology has enabled that transition. Nowhere is that expectation higher than among the Millennial generation. Fueled by a world of “apps,” it’s no longer necessary to travel anywhere to “shop” for anything from toothpaste to designer clothing, as companies like Amazon can bring the world to us, often with same-day delivery.

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If there is any doubt as to the magnitude, or impact, of the shift in buying behavior, consider the data gathered by one major casual dining chain during a controlled 90-day test. Within the same…

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cfc_annimation2MAINTAINS FOOD TEXTURE AND TEMPERATURE Unique, patented, convection cross-flow is designed to relieve moisture and condensation while maintaining product temperature. Through-the-closure ventilation and raised airflow channels in the bottom of the container, combine with venting in the lid to ensure fried foods remain crisp. Perfect for fries, chicken, wings, and more.

 


Food Consumed at Home Up 59% Since 2003
Good News For the Retail Supermarket Industry?
Eating at home no longer means cooking from scratch with ingredients, or even cooking at all.

The battle for the food dollar is not new, and the blurring of food channels continues with emerging online food and beverage options. The “on demand” lifestyle of millennials, enabled by cellphones and apps, has changed the way they look at purchasing – and that includes their food. But millennials aren’t the only ones who’s behavior has changed – older generations, who value convenience and time- savings, are also changing the way they purchase food.

The NPD Group reports that “four out of five meals are consumed at home.” Eating at home no longer means cooking from scratch with ingredients, or even cooking at all. Sharing meals remains important, but the busy consumer has no time to plan and prepare all of their daily meals. In response, the consumer has become “channel-agnostic.” That is, they expect food on demand and no longer care whether it is from restaurant home delivery, supermarket home delivery, a prepared food display, a kiosk or other sources. READ MORE