In the reign of social media, our phones and feeds are constantly overflowing with our friends dining experiences. The idea of food being entertainment is not a new concept, but the images and content consumers are posting is a form of expression that has become as second nature as riding a bike. Whether you love it, or hate it, when you boil it down, every one of those individuals taking the time to take the photos are going to be the same group of people who tell every one of their friends about their meal days after they dined. For that reason, when Mona Lisa reached out to invite us to a product unveiling that would allow chefs a new way to connect with those same customers, we knew it would be something we’d have to report on.
*At the bottom of this article, we share data and predictions gathered from a trends expert, who gave a keynote presentation, prior to the product unveiling to provide a window into the direction the food service industry may be heading.