SPONSORED: Tip Top Foodservice Encourages Foodservice Outlets to Embrace Breakfast
28 September 2015
It’s ‘Rise and Dine’ with Tip Top Foodservice’s range of breakfast products.
Tip Top Foodservice is encouraging foodservice outlets to make the most of the breakfast dining trend to boost their margins, using the company’s range of convenient, efficient and cost-effective breakfast products.
With more Australians than ever before going out for breakfast, chefs across the country are winning faithful customers with their morning offerings, and everyone from QSR food chains to hotels, restaurants and cafes should be cashing in on the trend according to Tip Top Foodservice’s National Account Manager Darren O’Brien.
“Foodservice professionals are under increasing pressure to offer more than just ‘The Big Breakfast’ for the first meal of the day as more and more outlets are coming to realise just how lucrative breakfast has become.”
“We are seeing a growing trend in people wanting to eat out on weekends, but also watching their wallets, opting for more affordable alternatives to a lavish dinner out, with brunch the perfect alternative.”
Alongside the growing trend for brunching out, consumers are now demanding something a little more gourmet – with a growth in products such as Turkish, ciabatta and sourdough.
Speedibake offers a range of quick-to-table breads that cater to this rise in demand for rustic or artisan style breads including: rustic stonebaked sourdoughs, Turkish pide, ciabatta and Pane di Casa loaves.
Tip Top Foodservice’s range of breakfast products are available frozen nationwide via distributors, thaw quickly to minimise impact on preparation times and can be stored in the freezer for up to four months.