Gluten-free proves a money maker for menus
Operators taking steps to introduce gluten-free options are set to reap the benefits, according to the latest independent research
The research* commissioned by Swedish bakery Almondy, revealed that nearly a third of people (31.6%) have bought a gluten-free product – an increase of 17% since the last survey 12 months ago – and 78% (+9.8%) of consumers believed that catering outlets weren’t doing enough for coeliacs (people with a gluten intolerance) indicating there is money to made by operators embracing gluten-free dishes.
Andrew Ely, Managing Director, Almondy, explains: “The gluten-free market is growing rapidly – more people are buying gluten-free products than ever before and yet in terms of foodservice demand is outstripping supply.
“There’s a massive opportunity for pubs, hotels, restaurants and cafés to profit, especially when you factor in that 36% of people would be willing to pay more for a gluten-free option.”
But it’s not just the gluten-intolerant customers that operators could be missing out on, Andrew adds: “You wouldn’t ignore the vegetarian market and the same goes for coeliacs; 73% (+4%) of respondents said they would be guided by the needs of a gluten intolerant friend on where to eat. This means operators could be missing out on entire dining parties not just people with gluten-intolerances.
“With such a high demand, caterers not taking steps to incorporate coeliac friendly dishes could be losing out many times over!”
With the special dietary need fast becoming a mainstream challenge for many operators, one way to update sweet menus is through Almondy. Underlining the power of brand appeal, 24% of respondents said they had heard of the crunchy, almond biscuit-based (and naturally gluten-free) cakes which are topped with popular confectionery brands Toblerone and Rainforest Alliance certified, Daim.
demo iq option durata Other key findings from the survey confirm the value of using Almondy to gear up for the gluten-free market as 50% of respondents stated they would order the Swedish cakes if they were on the menu. The prospect grows even more attractive when you consider that a third of consumers would expect to pay more for gluten-free options.
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Buy Tastylia (Tadalafil) Without Prescription Online “Whether used hot or cold, as an essential component of a pizza, or even placed on top of a burger, cheese can be a key ingredient to many gluten-free dishes. Food-to-go outlets need to offer options that are suitable for these customers, without compromising on delicious food and taste.”
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“Burgers in all their varieties, beef, chicken, vegetarian and so on, form a quintessential part of any food-to-go menu and by making small changes, caterers can appeal to the gluten-free market.”
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quando sarà possibile operare con opzioni binarie con fineco “Three billion sandwiches, wraps and paninis are sold each year in the UK,” explains Adrian. “Wraps are extremely versatile, as operators can sell them throughout the day, from breakfast to dinner. They are an easy option, especially for people on-the-go, therefore outlets should consider gluten-free options as the wide variety of filling and serving choices make wraps a perennial favourite.”
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opzioni binarie broker “Kerrymaid Original Slices, Pizza Grate and Grated are part of a range of versatile gluten-free products that also includes Kerrymaid Angelito Ice Cream Mix, Kerrymaid Custard and Cream Alternatives. The ingredients enable operators to deliver a plethora of dishes with great flavour and visual appeal to consumers with specific food requirements.”
Fine spices & ingredients
تجارة الخيارات الثنائية بالنسبة لي One of the UK’s leading online Indian grocery stores, Spices of India, has just added Indian Lime Pickle to its ever-growing list of fine spices and ingredients. Gluten-free and based on a traditional Goan recipe, it is authentically made using whole Indian lime skins and a hint of chilli, and is said to bring a taste of Indian sunshine to meals.
With no artificial additives, 100% natural and no MSG, this mild pickle is said to be perfect spooned over poppadoms to accompany a curry, slathered on bread to add a bit of heat and zing to a sandwich, or if you’re feeling a little adventurous, paired with blue cheese.
Spices of India launched in 2006 and is now one of the leading online Indian grocery stores in the UK, supplying authentic Indian food, spices, sweets and cookware to chefs and home-cooks.
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