Daikon to Donuts: All Day Breakfast Inspires New Culinary Food Trends, reports Packaged Facts
Breakfast still the most important meal, but more consumers want it anytime of day and new culinary trends seek to satisfy
ROCKVILLE, Md., June 18, 2018 /Prexly/ — From the popularity of McDonald’s all-day breakfast menu to the rise of hipster-baiting cereal cafés, restaurants nationwide are catering to consumers’ free-form dining habits with menus adaptable across mealtimes, according to market research firm Packaged Facts in the new report Breakfast and Breakfast Foods All Day: Culinary Trend Tracking Series.
“This is an age of all-day breakfast selections that can shape-shift their way through the day, multipurposing for breakfast, lunch, post-work drinks and takeout, dinner, and midnight snacks,” says David Sprinkle, research director for Packaged Facts. “Breakfast food menus and retail products can appeal to all budgets, all levels of appetite, and all food preferences and dietary requirements.”
With the erosion of three squares a day and without a clear distinction between light meals and heavy snacks, the percent of U.S. adults who agree that breakfast is the most important meal a day has notched down somewhat from 57% in 2007 to 52% in 2017, according to data published in Breakfast and Breakfast Foods All Day: Culinary Trend Tracking Series. Even so, breakfast still beats the pancakes out of lunch (18%) or dinner (19%) by this measure.
Beyond eggs, bacon, and toast, new incarnations of biscuits, donuts, and batter dishes such as waffles and pancakes have all hit the big time, born again as artisanal expressions of a new generation’s creativity. There are also specialty functional juices, signature breakfast sausage sandwiches, and fruit/grain food bowls to quell thirst or hunger any time of day.
At the same time a widening range of global breakfast specialties continue to hit the trendwaves: Asian heritage bao, breakfast versions of banh mi, and congee; spicy Mexican chilaquiles and migas; Italian-style fritatas; and Middle Eastern shakshuka.
As part of the analysis on all day breakfast foods, Packaged Facts examines:
- Asian Breakfast in the A.M.
- Breakfast Bowls of Champions
- Chilaquiles and Migas: Beyond the Breakfast Burrito
- Donuts with a Difference
- Eggs Benedict
- Frittatas as Open-Faced Omelets
- Juiced Up Juices
- Breakfast Sausage Breaks Out
- Shakshuka: Poached Eggs Middle East Style
- Toast and Breakfast Sandwiches
- Waffles, French Toast, and Pancakes
These drivers align with core consumer values to be tapped for menu and new product development. Menu and retail trend translation tips included in the profiles provide detailed ideas and suggestions on how these culinary trends can be used to generate well-fed customers and business growth.
Further details and insights are available by purchasing the report from Packaged Facts’ website.
About the Report
Breakfast and Breakfast Foods All Day: Culinary Trend Tracking Series tracks the rising profiles or fresh incarnations of several menu items along with retail counterparts.
The analysis provides various types of market research and menu/product development information, including a menu data-supported introduction to these trending dishes and ingredients; a generous listing of current menu items and images; detailed, on-target trend translation tips for menus and retail food; and fresh, relevant insights for tying substantive innovation to culinary and consumer market trends.
View additional information about Breakfast and Breakfast Foods All Day: Culinary Trend Tracking Series, including purchase options, the abstract, table of contents, and related reports at Packaged Facts’ website: https://www.packagedfacts.com/food-beverage-market-c84/.
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