So, how do you innovate?
What is the process you take to discover the next big trend?
Here are 5 important best practice tips to help you innovate without investing in new equipment, creating more space on the production lines or jumping into costly new product development (NPD).
"Innovation should be very simple and easy to execute. During this process you must always recognize flavors, tastes, textures, mouthfeel, applications and your target market."
Dan Follese - Chief Culinary Translator, Food Trend Translator
5 Tips for Innovation
Consider all the information that gets blasted at you on a daily basis. Internal memos that sales need to increase, spam mail claiming they can help and then the daily "whats hot email"...sometimes it is a bit too much to handle.
The truth is innovation should be fun, exciting and inspire your team members and make your customers salivate with anticipation for what you bring them next.
These 5 tips are not exclusive to each other but what you do with your insights and how you apply them to your target customers makes all the difference.
One last tip...Food Trend Tours
Innovation is an extensive process to put together. Food trend tours actually are the ideal way to discover innovation. At Food Trend Translator we have created a process that will address the 5 tips to a successful innovation, we do all the heavy lifting for you. From soup to nuts the entire process is delivered with fresh new innovations and packaged with extras like a high production video format to use how ever you wish, editable presentations, stories about your discovery process and new culinary inspired creative actionable applications.
If you want to make your innovation simple and successful, let us help.
"Just participated in the mini tour - nice work! Great snapshot of the flexitarian trend and applications in market. I really like the concept of the mini trend tours to stay on top of independent restaurants and how the trends are applied in chains. Keep 'em coming!"Carol W. VP Marketing & Sales
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