On trend: Home Meal Replacement
As more and more South Africans opt for pre-prepared meals that save time and satisfy their appetites, HMR is gaining momentum.
But HMR isn’t only about offering customers ease and convenience in making delicious food. It’s about understanding the market and being willing to innovate.
To get started, here are three HMR trends to think about. They’ll work for your buyers – and your business.
Busy lives and the need for easy access have created a generation of snackers.
Customers are looking for the same quality and freshness from their snacks that they would expect from other pre-prepared foods.
Minimise food waste
Consider re-working leftover foods to create delicious deli dishes – and reduce food waste at the same time.
Whatever your combination, it’s about creating tasty, convenient foods that maximise efficiency.
As customers begin to incorporate plant-based dishes into their diets, try creating enticing meatless meals.
Vegetarian cottage pie tastes just like the real thing.
HMR is about thinking creatively – so that your business is equipped to compete with home cooking and take-away meals. That’s how you set the pace for change.
Butchers need to be aware of the skills required to cater to healthy consumers. When it comes to meat, these customers are specific about acquiring lean meat cuts.
In this article, we’ll discuss the anatomy of a knife, and how to hold a knife the right way for the job you intend to do. Read the full article to find out more.
In this article, we discuss how to sharpen your butcher knives like a professional, as well as where to buy a butcher knife sharpener to give you the best results.