Breakfast is growing across the entire foodservice industry, especially as all-day breakfast has expanded across both full-service and quick-service concepts. But to drive breakfast business, brands need to stand out from the competition with high-quality, differentiated offerings.
Choosing the right breakfast partners can ensure that restaurants not only have access to the best products, but also that brands have creative new ideas that will keep guests coming back for more.
1. Smithfield Farmland
Breakfast is booming like never before. The breakfast habits of breakfast lovers have changed dramatically, including where they eat, when they eat, and how they eat. And while the classics like bacon, sausage, and ham are bigger than ever, how they’re being prepared and served includes new and exciting applications. Smithfield can help you serve up breakfast favorites from traditional to trendy, to satisfy today’s evolving breakfast lover. smithfieldbreakfastboom.com
All-day breakfast keeps growing in foodservice, but expanding the morning meal outside of its traditional daypart introduces new operational challenges to kitchens. From increased SKUs and prep time to more storage, new breakfast items require more resources. Let a trusted partner help you capture that scratch-made taste without the stress. Chef-mate offers high-quality pre-made and speed-scratch items to make breakfast more efficient, like Chef-mate’s Country Sausage gravy. nestleprofessional.us
3. U.S. Highbush Blueberry Council
Blueberries and breakfast go hand-in-hand. While muffins and pancakes may be classic morning favorites, the savory side of the breakfast menu is where the most potential lies for blueberries. Blueberry Pork Sausage, Blueberry Glazed Bacon, Savory Blueberry Breakfast Pizza, or even Blueberry Eggs Benedict are just the beginning for this little berry. Discover how blueberries can take your breakfast menu beyond the expected. blueberrycouncil.org
4. Jones Dairy Farm
When it comes to great-tasting, all-natural breakfast sausage, Jones has led the way for more than 128 years. One of the company’s latest products is its Four Pepper Chicken Sausage. It delivers all of the flavor of pork sausage, with a clean label—no binders, fillers, or MSG. Plus it’s Certified Gluten-Free. “It’s a pork alternative that lives up to my family’s original sausage recipe,” says Philip Jones, the company’s sixth generation president. jonesdairyfarm.com
Whether a concept is looking to elevate current offerings, expand menu selections, or begin offer breakfast all day, vendor partners can help. Finding the right suppliers will help restaurants built a loyal breakfast following and drive sales.