Datassential’s Nirvana Chapman to Share Insights at Virtual NEXT

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Half of diners say a clean and sanitary restaurant is more important than other attributes, including value and a convenient location, according to Datassential. Find out what else is driving consumer decisions in the COVID-19 era from Nirvana Chapman, senior account manager at Datassential, at Foodservice Equipment Reports Virtual NEXT on Aug. 27.

Chapman has prior experience as a pastry chef, product development scientist, and innovation consultant. She has worked with a wide variety of CPG and food service clients, identifying strategic paths toward category expansion, new consumer targets, brand acquisition, and interpretation of how consumer trends should dictate long-term vision. She holds a B.S in Food Science from the University of Illinois, a Master’s Degree in Food Chemistry from Rutgers University and certification in French Pastry Techniques from Chicago’s own French Pastry School.

Virtual NEXT is a digital conference experience from Foodservice Equipment Reports offering a new way to discover products and network with industry peers from anywhere. Join us online Aug. 27 for interactive sessions with industry leaders focused on retaining brand trust, bulletproofing your cleaning routine and more. Register for the free event here.


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