Restaurants will reopen their dining halls but the timing remains unclear. In the meantime, consumers can still order restaurant meals for delivery or takeout or buy prepared meals from grocery stores.
But what about the growing trend of people cooking food themselves? What impact will this have on future restaurant sales as the public realizes cooking great food at home isn't as complicated as it seems — and a lot cheaper?
As we are using our spare time to recreate our family favorites at home, we are getting quite an education about what every ethnic group has contributed to the American diet and the joy of eating. “Variety is the spice of life” may be a well-worn truism, but there is a reason why it’s a belief those of us who like to cook and eat share. The presence of the farm/sea/field-to-table movement and a collective awareness about what makes healthier food also puts spices and seasoning into a stronger spotlight.
Kitchen Crafted, a specialty food brand, recently launched two new products: Salt BLND® and AMPower® Energy Bar. Although known best perhaps for its salt blends and rubs, the company decided to branch into the energy bar sector with innovations of its own.
ORLANDO, Fla., March 27, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Kitchen Crafted Creates a Food Product Portfolio Powered by Spice with Its Globally Inspired Bold Flavors and 100 Percent Natural Ingredients. The specialty food brand powers into mainstream retail space as it continues to launch two new products: Salt BLND® and AMPower® Energy Bar.