There are plenty of college students out there that are going more gluten free. They do not like to eat food that contain gluten as it feels bad within their body and they do not like the way they feel after they eat some of these foods. However, colleges are taking notice. They are starting to offer more gluten free menus for their students and many people are appreciating it. To help someone achieve a certain diet is a noble thing.

Key Takeaways:

  • There are a lot of college students out there that are trying to eat more healthier than before.
  • Gluten free students are advocating for schools to have options that are plentiful for them.
  • There are plenty of people that still have absolutely no clue what gluten is or what it does.

“The growing demand for gluten-free dining hasn’t gone unnoticed in the food industry. A recent report by Research and Markets predicts that the global gluten-free (GF) food market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 11.62 percent through 2021.”

Read more: https://www.qsrmagazine.com/outside-insights/earn-loyalty-college-students-gluten-free-options

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There seem to be so many different fast food apps of recent times. Everyone is on their phone on a daily basis and as a result, food companies are looking to get involved. The bottom line is that people will pay for convenience and if you are able to order something from your mobile device and have it delivered, many people will do that! That is why these apps are growing so fast in places all over.

Key Takeaways:

  • Apps are being created daily. The numbers are staggering but it is reported that within 90 days app users have lost interest in a downloaded app.
  • Restaurants can win in the app market where others have failed because people must eat everyday.
  • On July 20, McDonalds app was skyrocketed to the No. 2 app position in the United States because it was offering free food.

“While the app market is a tenuous one in many respects, restaurants are finding the opportunity to be a lucrative outlet when leveraged properly.”

Read more: https://www.qsrmagazine.com/fast-food/look-inside-fast-food-app-war

Commentary

There are a ton of reasons as to why healthy eating can actually lead to food borne illness. There are many people who are trying to eat healthy for a multitude of reasons. They want to achieve a certain body image and they know that having a good diet is a huge part of that entire process. With that being said, this foodborne illness rising rate could be a part of this. Healthy food that is not natural is not always the best.

Key Takeaways:

  • It’s really ironic that produce and fresh food that are healthier to eat carry a higher incidence of food safety risk.
  • One notable example this year of food borne illness across restaurant chains was romaine lettuce tainted with E. Coli that was shipped across the country.
  • Because restaurant chains make use of vegetables and ingredients that are rarely cooked, a higher incidence of risks have been reported.

“Consumers who eat fresh, ready-to-eat foods face a higher foodborne illness risk than they’d have eating burgers and fries.”

Read more: https://www.qsrmagazine.com/outside-insights/healthy-eating-trend-equals-greater-risk-foodborne-illness

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