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food service indsutry

The US foodservice industry has recently undergone major changes, and many more can be expected as we move further into 2018. Many restaurant and foodservice experts have made predictions regarding industry trends for the year, and they all had one in common: the need for wholesalers and distributors to be able to adapt to the quickly changing landscape.

“Change is here to stay, and this year’s top trends reflect the industry’s acceptance of this state,” explained Andrew Freeman and Company in its 2018 annual trend report

Benefits of Data Visualization

The modern business world generates huge volumes of data. It’s impossible to absorb it all – especially in its raw form. This has led to a growing awareness of the benefits of data visualization – a tool which translates complex information into digestible ‘chunks’. This is not a new approach by any means: maps, charts and diagrams have been presenting complex information in a graphical or pictorial format for hundreds of years. The process of doing this, however, has certainly evolved and improved over time

Big Data

In 2016, less than 50% of companies had invested in Big Data technologies. While still in its relative infancy in the business world, Big Data is fast becoming a big deal in the business world. Some companies are already way head of the game and are already showing the late adopters how it should be done. Here are three companies that are doing this whole Big Data thing right.


British grocery powerhouse Tesco has been using Big Data since back in 1995