Fresh Fusion is focused on fresh, healthy and high quality ingredients. In our opinion, healthy food doesn’t have to be bland, boring and repetitive. With this in mind, we have carefully designed taste profiles of our menu items to offer a wider variety of healthy eating options. We source local produce and healthy ingredients to put together our menu items. This results in a feel-good, flavor-filled experience that keeps customers coming back for more!
A new report from Statistics Canada reveals about the country’s food consumption patterns: On average, Canadians consumed a record amount of fresh fruits and vegetables last year, according to the new study.
Top Canadian Restaurant Trend 2011: Guilt-free, healthy foods that sacrifice neither flavor nor texture
North Americans are looking for more healthful options at restaurants and other foodservice outlets but define healthy eating based on quality features rather than fewer calories. The report finds that a significant share of foodservice traffic is driven by healthy eating behaviors and one of the top motivations for more healthful eating is to feel healthier. The feature most important to consumers seeking healthy menu options is quality, such as fresh, natural, and nutritious ingredients.
As reported by the National Restaurant Associations’ 2009 restaurant industry fact sheet, 76% of adults said they are trying to eat healthier at restaurants than they did two years agoSource: www.franchisedirect.com
More consumers are seeking healthy/light foods and having these options available on menus will meet these consumers’ needs; however, healthful menu options must be fresh, taste good, and be affordably pricedSource: QSR Magazine
Another trend in North American eating habits is the desire for healthy meals. Whether eating at home or out, consumers are starting to demand healthy alternatives to the usual menu fair. This change has been spawned by increased public awareness of heart disease, cancer, and other illnesses. Along with disease awareness has come public education on disease prevention--most of all, by modification of the diet. People now take into account more than ever the amount of calories, fat, and sodium consumed. Other popular concerns include all natural ingredients and use of organic produceSource: The culinary Resource: Escoffier On Line