Let our chefs and supply chain experts serve up new ideas for beef menu concepts and for increasing your beef sales.
Follow the latest trends in beef, including innovative cuts and inspiring menu ideas.
Learn about key beef consumer behavior trends heading into 2024.
Despite the challenges the beef industry has faced over the last 30 years, including drought, herd liquidation, fluctuating supply, and input costs, the quality of beef and tenderness has seen great improvements.
Gain a sneak peek into 2024 and check out this analysis and outlook for what to expect from the beef market heading into the new year. Uncover the latest trends, market dynamics, and key factors shaping the cattle industry from supply and demand to price considerations and much more.
It's no surprise that improving one's diet is a common resolution people make every New Year's Eve. According to a recent Forbes survey, of the 1,000 people surveyed, 32% of respondents cited improving their diet as their top goal for 2024. Losing weight, improving mental health, and improving fitness also made the top five.¹ Overall, this clearly shows that most people want to live healthier lives going into 2024.
Check out this inspiration sheet for lean beef nutritional information and some inspirational menu concepts you can bring into your own kitchen.
Use these real-world resources to make more informed choices for your business.
Watch accomplished chefs speak about the profitability, versatility, and crave-ability of beef. Get some serious menu inspiration along the way. (Warning: Mouthwatering images ahead!)
Get foodservice inspiration and insights on menu planning, customer preferences, operations and more.
Digging into the latest data around beef consumers' purchasing behavior, perceptions, and overall trends in the foodservice market.
We all know that beef tastes great, but did you know how good it is for you too? A 3 oz. cooked serving of lean beef provides 10 essential nutrients in around 170 calories, less than 10 grams of total fat and less than 95 mg of cholesterol.
Restaurant foodservice operators know sustainability is more than just a buzz word… it impacts an operation’s bottom line and restaurants’ sustainability efforts factor into about half of diners’ decisions on where to dine.
The Beef. It’s What’s For Dinner. team recently caught up with Chef Baird at an event at the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association Culinary Center, funded by the Beef Checkoff, to ask her about her favorite beef cuts, how beef can make a successful fancy toast, and ultimately, why Beef Means Business for her restaurant.