Coffee stations like this one at Gotham West Market are an example of mini-shop foodservice.
To spice up foodservice in 2014, supermarkets will take inspiration from pop-up restaurants and food halls like Eataly, according to Brian Darr, managing director of Datassential. Similar to pop-up restaurants, retailers can create pop-up shops inside their stores. In the past year, a Whole Foods Market in New York has hosted a rotating roster of local vendors from Brooklyn’s Smorgasburg food market. “It’s an easy way to do — especially like with Smorgasburg — ...
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