A new year not only brings changes and resolutions but also new food trends worth getting excited for. From spices to BBQ and beyond, here are some first-hand inside scoops on what will be sizzling in food for 2017.
2016 was an incredible year for us at Branding and Buzzing. From gaining North American clients, to executing several large programs and campaigns, to expanding our team, we have a lot to be thankful for.
Using social media to boost your restaurant’s online presence and overall brand may seem like a no-brainer today, but taking it a step further and using it to develop and refine menu options is a strategy that is now difficult to ignore.
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B&B's own Sean Beckingham has taken to the latest issue of Canadian Restaurant and Foodservice News to explore the benefits for restaurants in using popular, and still rising, delivery service applications like UberEATS, Just Eat and Foodora.
As UEFA Euro 2016 enters the quarter-finals this week, our Branding and Buzzing staff has raised our team flags in the office, all representing our chosen countries in what has been an exciting month for soccer here on College Street in Toronto, Canada.
Our Sean Beckingham revealed four ways to use live-streaming and video apps to keep your brand ahead of the competition in the September/October issue of Canadian Restaurant and Foodservice News Magazine.
Back in January, Queen Margherita Pizza opened a series of Twitter polls asking their loyal Torontonian fans to vote on what makes the perfect Neapolitan-style pizza along with their go-to dessert of choice.
To tip or not to tip? This question has raised a lot of attention in the past year as many restaurateurs in Canada have considered to ban voluntary tipping and raise overall menu pricing to compensate.