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Fresh Insights for Foodservice Winter 2019 reports reports on guava, rutabaga, cherries and zucchini, as well as cakes & cheesecakes and infused water. In addition, this issue's "View From Above" looks how produce is playing a starring role in plant-based menu items.

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Fresh Insights for Foodservice Spring 2019 reports reports on apricots, swiss chard, persimmons and eggplant as well as pancakes and wraps. In addition, this issue's "View From Above" looks at how produce plays a factor in personalized eating, including an interview with 2019 Produce Excellence in Foodservice Award winner Brandon Hudson, Corporate Chef, Jason's Deli.

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The United Fresh Retail-Foodservice Board and Nielsen Fresh present a closer look at key trends for the Top 10 Fruit and Vegetable Commodities for Q1 2019. Moderated by Jeff Cady, Director of Produce and Floral at Tops Friendly Markets and Retail-Foodservice Board Chairman, the webinar will feature analysis from Matt Lally, Associate Director, Nielsen Fresh, along with time for audience Q & A and interactive discussion.

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The United Fresh Retail-Foodservice Board and Datassential for a closer look at what produce menu items are trending in restaurants, retail, home delivery and beyond. Moderated by Sarah Grady, U.S. Strategic Supply Chain at McDonald’s and Vice-Chairman of the Retail-Foodservice Board, this webinar will feature insights and analysis from Mike Kostyo, Trendologist at Datassential, along with time for audience Q & A and interactive discussion.

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Fresh Insights for Foodservice Summer 2019 reports on pineapples, collard greens, grapefruit and parsnips as well as kebabs & skewers and soups & stews. In addition, this issue's "View From Above" looks at how produce enlivens menus at colleges & universities, including an interview with 2019 Produce Excellence in Foodservice Award winner Lesa Holford, Corporate Executive Chef, The Ohio State University.

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The Fresh Insights for Foodservice Winter 2018 issue reports on the purple produce trend, including ube/purple yam, purple cabbage, plums and acai, as well as sauces & dips and crudites & veggie platters. In addition, this issue's "View From Above" looks at the role of produce in fine dining.

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The Fresh Insights for Foodservice Spring 2018 issue reports on tcantaloupe, broccoli, mandarin oranges and carrots, as well as fruit desserts and appetizers. In addition, this issue's "View From Above" looks at the role of produce in Quick Service Restaurants (QSRs).

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Fresh Insights for Foodservice Fall 2018 reports on apples, butternut squash, radishes and honeydew, as well as breakfast bowls and entree salads. In addition, this issue's "View From Above" looks how K-12 school foodservice directors are incorporating produce into their menus.

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The Fresh Insights for Foodservice Summer 2018 issue reports on prickly pear, Calabrian chili peppers, kumquat and celery root, as well as drinking vinegars and toasts. In addition, this issue's "View From Above" looks at the role of produce in Mexican Fast Casuals.

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The Fresh Insights for Foodservice Winter 2017 issue reports on the menu growth for poblano peppers and mushrooms and how produce can amp up sliders. The report looks at how major chains use produce to freshen up their fall and winter menus and analyzes the role of produce in convenience stores. Finally, the "On the Horizon" section explores the upcoming summer produce trends of turmeric and sweet corn.

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The Fresh Insights for Foodservice Spring 2017 issue reports on menu growth for cucumbers and specialty citrus, and the hot menu trend of poke bowls. Looking ahead to Fall, the report also features jackfruit and romaine, as well as insights on pickled and fermented fruits and vegetables. Finally, the "View From Above" looks at meal kit subscriptions.

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The Fresh Insights for Foodservice Fall 2017 issue reports on menu presence for pomegranate and spaghetti squash, along with how chefs are incorporating roasted vegetables. Looking ahead to Spring, the report also features sunchokes and plantains, as well as insights on smoothies. Finally, the "View From Above" looks at fresh produce's role at breakfast.

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The Fresh Insights for Foodservice Winter 2016 issue reports on menu growth for golden beets, how chefs are incorporating brocollini and arugula to add flavor and texture to their dishes and how produce plays a starring role in “bowl” trends across multiple foodservice segments.

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The Fresh Insights for Foodservice Spring 2016 issue reports on the menu growth for Meyer lemons, how chefs are incorporating fennel and asparagus to their dishes and how produce plays a starring role in Mexican entrees and Southern cuisine, as well as trends in fresh produce in hospital dining.

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The Fresh Insights for Foodservice Summer 2016 issue reports on the menu growth for Hatch chiles, how chefs are incorporating heirloom tomatoes and summer squash to their dishes and how produce plays a starring role in sushi and lemonade menu items, as well as trends in fresh produce in corporate cafeterias and business & industry settings.

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The Fresh Insights for Foodservice Fall 2016 issue reports on the menu growth for pumpkin, rapini, snap peas, and onions, and how produce plays a starring role in cobblers and crisps, as well as breakfast baked goods. The report also looks at how schools across the country are using fresh produce in innovative ways.

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The Fresh Insights for Foodservice Winter 2015 report explores how brussels sprouts went from polarizing to popular, how roasting has become the go-to preparation for vegetables and how shishito peppers have become the on-trend addition to casual, innovative menus. In addition, menu intelligence reports focus on breakfast sandwiches and egg entrées, while the "view from above" section takes an inside look at meal delivery services.

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The Fresh Insights for Foodservice Spring 2015 issue explores the growth of daikon radishes, specialty potatoes and blood oranges, as well as fresh produce's role in premium, healthy sandwiches, chilled soups and foodservice destinations in retail settings.

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The Fresh Insights for Foodservice Fall 2015 issue reports on the growing popularity of kohlrabi, how figs are adding complexity to menu items and how the growth of seafood consumption translates to an increased presence of fresh produce on menus.

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The Fresh Insights for Foodservice Winter 2014 Issue reports on the use of romanesco, rhubarb and pickled vegetables, as well as how chefs are incorporating produce into burger and pie menu items. The report also features a look at produce in mediterranean fast casual restaurants.

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The Fresh Insights for Foodservice Spring 2014 issue features innovative usage of green tomatoes, how blueberries are being used in both savory and sweet applications, and how watercress is giving a peppery bite to dishes. The report also tracks the latest fruits and vegetables in smoothies, flatbreads, pizzas, and more.

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The Fresh Insights for Foodservice Summer 2014 issue features how the classic, refreshing taste of watermelon is being menued by today’s innovative chefs, how butter lettuce is adding an upscale green to the menu, and how peaches are used in everything from a fruit tart to a grilled seafood dish. The report also tracks how the fresh fruits, vegetables, and herbs can transform modern cocktails, while savory tarts create a rich dish with a healthy halo.

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Fall 2014 Fresh Insights for Foodservice

The Fresh Insights for Foodservice Fall 2014 issue reports how kabocha is building on consumer interest in winter squash, how chefs and foodservice operators are leveraging the versatility of beets across a wide variety of menu options and how the traditional sweet potato is delighting diners in both sweet and savory applications. In addition, menu intelligence reports focus on fresh squeezed juice and pasta, while the "view from above" section takes an inside look at fresh produce at convenience stores.

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The Fresh Insights for Foodservice Summer 2017 issue reports on menu growth for tropical fruits and endive, and the hot menu trend of premium juices. Looking ahead to Winter, the report also features avocado and potatoes, as well as insights on produce and pizza. Finally, the "View From Above" looks at hotel dining.

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