Trends we spotted | Week 6

8-2-2018

At Horecatrends we spot many national and international trends on a daily basis. We pick the most interesting ones to write about, the smaller trends we use in our weekly column ‘Trends we spotted this week’.

This week, amongst others about ‘female friendly Doritos’, the start-up Robomart and examples of how individuals and countries have responded to the fact that they’re called “Sh**hole countries” by Donald Trump.

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Trends we spotted | Week 5

2-2-2018

  • Trends in het kort

At Horecatrends we spot many national and international trends on a daily basis. We pick the most interesting ones to write about, the smaller trends we use in our weekly column ‘Trends we spotted this week’.

This week, amongst others a US-based candy store chain unveiled plans for facial recognition and Majordomo is David Chang’s new LA restaurant.

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Trends we spotted | Week 4 2018

26-1-2018

  • Trends in het kort

At Horecatrends we spot many national and international trends on a daily basis. We pick the most interesting ones to write about, the smaller trends we use in our weekly column ‘Trends we spotted this week’.

This week, amongst others Burger King helped Mc Donalds last month and Japanese restaurant allows guests to work for their meal.

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Coffee Pixels | Makes it possible to eat your coffee

25-1-2018

 

Coffee Pixels is a food-tech startup from Riga, Latvia. They’re reinventing the coffee experience by turning specialty coffee into a mobile, ready to eat coffee bar with superfood qualities. Coffee Pixels uses the entire coffee cherry – the coffee bean and the antioxidant-rich fruit, which is combined with good fats (cocoa butter) to better absorb the antioxidants, as well as deliver a slower caffeine release, leading to a more sustainable energy boost. lees verder

Nexto Guided Stories | Guided Audio tours 2.0

24-1-2018

 

The Nexto Guided Stories are a new type of navigational experience, available on the Nexto Platform. Users who are visiting a city can get into the shoes of an active explorer to discover location-based information in an interactive way. Think of cultural tourism destinations and museums. Nexto Guided Stories uses Augmented Reality, which is the same technology as the Pokémon GO game released last year. lees verder

CaliBurger | Pilot of ordering and paying with facial recognition

23-1-2018

 

CaliBurger has partnered with NEC Corporation of America to roll out self-ordering kiosks using NeoFace® facial recognition software. This software is used to identify registered customers and pull up their loyalty accounts and order preferences. The kiosk pilot program is now at CaliBurger’s Pasadena location, where the Quick Serve Restaurant chain showcases new technologies developed by its parent company, the Cali Group. The new facial recognition self-ordering kioks were on display at the NRF 2018 in New York last week. lees verder

Yumpingo | Read the thoughts of your guests

22-1-2018

We think that every entrepreneur loves to know what goes on in the head of his or her guests. What do they really like about the food? Too much taste, too little? Should the portions be smaller or larger. Questions that aren’t easy answered. Yumpingo is a platform that ensures that feedback from guests can be directly converted into adjustments to the menu. lees verder

Moonshine Raceway | At ‘The Four Thieves’ pub

16-1-2018

Moonshine Raceway is a new sporting activity which provides the opportunity to experience the thrills and spills of REAL motorsport. It’s safe, inexpensive and great fun! Drivers will be invited to take the wheel of one of 10 perfectly performance matched top range super-cars, using real steering and pedal controls to pilot their cars to victory. The first Moonshine raceway opened last year at the pub and microbrewery ‘The Four Thieves’ in London. Would these kind of funny and attractive arcade games lure people back in pubs?

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With love from Japan | Mongee Banana with edible skin

15-1-2018

  • Setsuzo Tanaka, the technical development manager at D&T Farm

Mongee Banana, pronounced as ‘mon-gay’, is a new fruit product from Japan and has an edible peel. The name ‘Mongee’ means ‘incredible’ and is grown by D&T Farm in Japan’s Okayama Prefecture. They use the ‘Freeze-thaw’ awakening method, which allows the tropical fruit to grow in Japans cooler climate. lees verder

Rebel Coast Winery | Alcohol-free marijuana-infused wine

10-1-2018

Marijuana is becoming a multibillion dollar industry after several US states decided to legalize the use of recreational marijuana about a year ago. Estimations are suggesting the market could be worth over US$50 billion annually by 2026. Besides smoking marijuana, there are plenty other ways to get the marijuana into your body. One of the latest innovations comes from a California winery that created the world’s first alcohol-free, marijuana-infused Sauvignon Blanc.

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