The Big Breakfast

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The breakfast occasion is booming within the foodservice market, which has seen a 7% increase in consumers eating out during this day part in the last quarter of 2016 . More and more operators are tapping into the UK’s fastest growing occasion and offering everything from instant, on-the-go solutions to glorious all day brunches. Consumer spend is growing in this sector, with a 31% increase in overall breakfast spend out of home since 2015

Big Al’s recently launched the Breakfast Twist to help operators tap into the ever-expanding, early morning market. Stone-oven baked and comprised of bacon, cheese and egg wrapped in fresh Italian dough, Big Al’s Breakfast Twists are ready to eat in just 60 seconds from frozen and allow operators to serve customers the authentic tastes of Italy in a flash.

Today’s consumers are looking to be stimulated by innovative and interesting food options that are different to dishes they enjoy at home. Big Al’s Breakfast Twist not only provides an inventive and unique offering but also offers consumers with a delicious solution eating breakfast out of home and also comes ready to serve in handheld packaging – ideal for customers to enjoy while on the go. According to IGD ShopperVista’s recent survey 28% of the UK’s adult population has purchased a product on the go for breakfast, with product choice, quality and taste being big factors.

Breakfast is important across all foodservice channels – amongst millennials and Gen Z breakfast continues to be the most popular meal of the day, making Breakfast Twists a must stock within university kitchens. Similarly, NPD Group is reporting a big rise in breakfast sales in pubs, which are up 21% in the past year. Whatever your outlet, make sure you have perfected your breakfast menu to entice in new and also existing customers, and see your morning sales sky rocket.

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