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Nestlé Professional is dedicated to being an inspiring growth partner that delivers creative, branded food and beverage solutions, enabling foodservice operators to delight their consumers. From Minor’s®, Stouffer’s®, Chef-mate®, Sweet Earth®, and Trio® on-trend culinary items to innovative beverage systems under NESCAFÉ®, Nestlé® Vitality®, and Coffee mate® brands, Nestlé Professional meets the needs of foodservice operators while satisfying the tastes of the out-of-home consumer. 

Nestlé Professional is part of Nestlé S.A. in Vevey, Switzerland—the world’s largest food company—with sales of over $98 billion. For more foodservice product news and information, visit www.nestleprofessional.us.

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Knowing the makeup of a customer base, then crafting a menu that incorporates authentic global flavors is key to building a successful prepared foods department today.

The consumer push for healthier options has been one of the biggest drivers of change in the food retail industry over the past several years, and it has no signs of slowing down.

If grocery stores want to entice today’s shoppers with foodservice offerings from their prepared foods department, it’s essential to integrate the use of email, social media and mobile apps.

Working professionals, busy parents and Millennials who don’t cook as much as previous generations seek easy, quick meal solutions they can make in their own kitchens.

New takes on deli classics are providing the perfect intersection of familiar foods updated with contemporary flavors.

Find engaging and insightful ways to drive traffic, increase repeat visits and turn your department into a destination

Ramping up prepared food offerings is important as the worlds of restaurant foodservice and food retail collide, each competing for a share of consumers’ dining dollars.

If past years are any indication, consumers will be turning to their local supermarkets’ prepared foods departments when developing menus for celebrating the season.

Despite increasing consumer interest in healthy and better-for-you foods, plenty of consumers still enjoy treating themselves.