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Food Genius Publishes Mediterranean Menu Trends and Insights Data Report for Full of Foodservice Industry Analytics.

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 14, 2015

Food Genius, the leading foodservice data provider specializing in gathering, preparing, and serving granular foodservice menu data and analytics, has published a new monthly industry analytics presentation focused on one of America’s most common cuisine types. Mediterranean cuisine has been growing in popularity over the last number of years in part thanks to the successful growth of new quick casual operators like Zoe’s kitchens and the massive rise of the Greek yogurt category. Food Genius decided to focus their regular monthly menu data analytics around this cuisine and has some interesting takeaways for those in the restaurant industry who are thinking about how to incorporate Mediterranean ingredients and flavors into their offerings.

Mediterranean Menu Trends and Insights, Food Genius’ data presentation details analytics on what ingredients, dishes, proteins, and dressings are most commonly utilized within Mediterranean cuisine in the US. With an emphasis on plant-based ingredients, health experts recently promoted Mediterranean cuisine as a healthy and well-balanced diet that could curb memory loss as the brain ages.

With consumers maintaining focus on healthy restaurant options, Food Genius believes there are opportunities for non-Mediterranean operators to think about how they too can incorporate Mediterranean-inspired flavors or ingredients that consumers will gravitate towards.

Key insights from Food Genius’ Report:

    Hummus is only featured on 14% of all menus nationwide, but 75% of Mediterranean menus
    Lamb appears to be more established as a distinctly Mediterranean ingredient in its application, than in most other cuisines.
    The average price of Mediterranean entrees across the US is $ 7.48
    Want to learn more? Download the complete report from Food Genius.

Mediterranean Menu Trends and Insights highlights data sourced from Q2’15 by Food Genius. Food Genius data services are utilized across the foodservice industry to answer many complex business questions. For more information about Mediterranean Menu Trends and Insights, please contact Eli Rosenberg, eli(at)getfoodgenius(dot)com or at (312) 229-0168. Ongoing insights from the Food Genius team will be published on the Food Genius blog

About Food Genius                       

Food Genius is a leading foodservice data provider specializing in gathering, preparing, and serving granular foodservice menu data and analytics. We support foodservice manufacturers, restaurants, and distributors with straightforward and digestible reports, services, and analytics. Our products are being used to answer many complex foodservice business questions.

Food Genius serves nationally recognized companies and brands, including Kraft, Coca-Cola, Arby’s, and US Foods. As an industry leader in foodservice data and analytics, Food Genius is on a mission to provide foodservice manufacturers, restaurants, and distributors with the data analytics they need to make smarter, more informed decisions. Contact Food Genius at

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When you do a full body workout, you will work out 2-3 days out of the week. This actually isn’t a lot of days, so you will be working every major muscle group in your body every time you do a total body routine. To some people this may sound extreme; however, it shouldn’t last any more that 45-60 minutes each time, since you won’t ever be spending too much time on each of your muscles. Additionally, this is how you can get by doing your workouts only a few times a week.

If you do a split routine, you will be dividing up your muscle groups in order to focus on one area instead of your entire body every day. This way you will be going to the gym 4-5 times in a week since you will have more time off between each time you work a particular muscle group.

In general, you should split up the muscles into groups that work well together. You do your chest with your triceps and then your biceps with your back. You would then take a whole separate day to do your shoulders and legs. This is just a suggestion, however, and you could organize it any way you want. You could also keep your routine constantly changing by mixing and matching the muscles that you work every day. Changing up your routine is usually the most effective way to go.

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Saving time is one of the greatest advantages of the total body workout option. With a split routine, you have to work out 4-5 times a week, whereas with a total body routine you only have to work out 2-3 times a week. For beginners, a full body routine will work much better.

If you are going to be doing a split routine, plan on spending 90 minutes a day or more on your workout. The amount of time spent all depends upon the exercises that you do for each muscle. The more advanced trainers will like the split workouts, since they allow you to focus on specific muscles more.

Beginners should start by training with the full body routine and work their way up to a split routine after they get used to sticking to a plan. This is because split routines can be demanding for someone who isn’t used to working out, and it may cause someone to quit before they are even able to see results. Whether you choose a split routine or a full body workout, as long as you are doing something, you will be likely to see some results.

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