Media Alert - Consumer Demand to Balance Convenience with Home, Hearth and Health Shape Restaurant Trends in 2008, According to National Industry Associations



    Culinary Sciences, emerging consumer trends and business evolution in
    wake of boomer and health currents revealed at foodservice Industry
    Conference

    TORONTO, Jan. 21 /CNW/ - Eating out and eating well have led to one of
the latest foodservice trends - partially prepared meals allowing consumers to
have it all when it comes to modern conveniences and the desire to 'make' a
meal. What's next on the horizon for the industry that has to meet the
evolving needs of consumers and a rapidly changing complexion of its
workforce?
    On January 22, 2008, leading experts in foodservice, industry trends and
innovation will gather at the 16th annual Foodservice Interchange to for the
answers to these questions and so much more. Conference speakers include:
futurist, trends, creativity & innovation expert Jim Carroll joins Giselle
Kovary, diversity expert and author; Linda Nazareth, author and economist;
Rosanna Caira, Editor and Publisher of Foodservice and Hospitality magazine;
Stephen A. Kalil, Research Chefs Association President; and The Advantage
Group International, Inc.
    Learn firsthand how foodservice manufacturers and operators are
gearing-up to deliver new experiences and easy-access solutions craved by
consumer in the menus we'll see, and in the experience integrating new
technologies.

    
    What you need to know:

           Date:       January 22, 2008
           Time:       9:00am - 4:30pm
           Location:   The Pearson Convention Center
                       2638 Steeles Ave. E., Brampton, ON
    

    (*) Line up an interview for January 22nd or contact Catherine Baker at
416-510-8024 ext 2276 for a media pass(*) and be among the first to learn how
food, beverage and consumer products manufacturers, retailers and restaurant
operators are gearing up to shape the future of the industry and the options
available to you 24-7.





For further information:

For further information: Catherine Baker, Food & Consumer Products of
Canada, T: (416) 510-8024 ext 2276, C: (416) 726-0978, E: catherineb@fcpc.ca

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