The restaurant indistry in the US is thriving. As huge investments and profits make news locally and nationally, and the clamor for more and better fast food rise to a crescendo, the US Govt has stepped in with a word of caution to the restaurateur and it’s patrons, with its Food and Drug Administration ( FDA ) regulations.
The FDA was not really meant to play spoilsport for many quick service restaurants, as was apprehended initially. It merely wanted QSR’s to be transparent on it’s servings. The FDA guideline states that all QSR’s ( as also other categories of restaurants ) need to declare the sodium, fat and calorie content of their menu items, since these components impact on the health of the customer.
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In this tech-savvy and digitally-fuelled age, restaurants which have deployed digital signage systems with video integrations most often garner strong financials.
While digital signage menu boards have become imperative for point-of-sale locations of QSR’s, menu item promotions through video presentations have elicited unmatched visual appeal in enticing the potential customer and standing out in the fiercely competitive business milieu.
Recent researches and studies show extremely favourable trends. Digital signage videos are 600% more effective than print and direct mail. Further, on a shorter duration video (30 secs to one minute ) a whopping 80% of respondents could retain and recall the content. Thus, on point-of-sale locations it has unmatched supremacy over all other advertising platforms. Continue reading “Impact Of Video Menu boards In Restaurants With Digital Signage”