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Hospitality firms will need to provide nutritional data

Hospitality firms will need to provide nutritional data

Companies in the hospitality sector will need to be prepared to provide diners with extensive information regarding the nutritional value of their dishes during 2011, one hospitality firm has predicted.

Commenting following the release of a new report from Fast Future Research on behalf of Amadeus entitled Hotels 2020: Beyond Segmentation, Fourth Hospitality outlined what it expects to be key areas for the industry this year, Eat Out magazine reports.

"2011 will be a very challenging year for the hospitality industry," technology director at the company Christian Berthelsen was quoted as saying, adding businesses will need to stay "on top of" all the latest technological advancements and use them to their advantage.

The firm noted that as an increasing number of people are becoming worried about what they eat, restaurants need to be able to offer details on ingredients and the nutritional value of each dish so as to ease any customer concerns.

At the recent Fancy Food Show in San Francisco, a panel of experts predicted new noodle flavours and chocolate for breakfast are both likely to be popular trends this year.

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