Hot Off the Presses
Seatrade Cruise has published its first-ever Cruise Food and Beverage Trends E-Report. Research conducted by the organization indicated that the global food and beverage market is expected to be worth $8.9 trillion by 2026, with six leading cruise lines accounting for more than $2 billion in food and beverage annually. The research data, which was collected by surveying F&B suppliers and cruise professionals responsible for food, beverage & hotel ops, reveals challenges impacting the sector as well as several key trends influencing shipboard drinking and dining.
Products on the Market
Upton’s Naturals Gyro and Pastrami Seitan is seasoned with lemon, marjoram, and rosemary, and brings bold Mediterranean flavor to plant-based Greek wraps, salads, sandwiches, or bowls. The Pastrami Seitan, which features a classic spice blend of thyme, coriander, and allspice, delivers the ultimate deli experience when piled high on rye bread and topped with spicy brown mustard and a kosher pickle. Available to foodservice providers nationwide through distributors like DOT Foods, Sysco and Ace Naturals, the quick-cooking, thinly sliced meat substitutes are packed with 15-16g of protein and only 90 calories per serving. They’re also CRC Kosher Pareve and Certified Plant Based.