Paul Mampilly explains how the millennial generation will disrupt the food business
According to Paul Mampilly, a business leader who has more than 25 years’ experience in business, the millennial generation is set to revolutionize the food business. The business leader argues that the current setting of the food industry will not work with this generation because most of them cannot cook for themselves. In the traditional food business setting, a family head shops for the supplies that he or she needs to make a meal for the whole family. However, most consumers in the millennial generation do not either have cooking skills, the time to cook, or are just not interested in cooking.
As a result, there will be enormous investment opportunities for the businesses that will help these millennials meet their needs to feed. Most of the millennials are also well educated and informed. This means that they know the dangers of eating foods that have either high levels of carbohydrates or proteins. Most of the millennials understand that a good diet consists of more vegetables and fruits. The millennials, therefore, are looking to deal with companies that offer them an ability to either make a healthy meal or deliver a cooked healthy meal. In fact, most societies today have several companies that have come up with a system of delivering cooked meals to workplaces and homes.
There has also been an increase in the number of people investing in the business of delivering balanced, healthy ingredients. These ingredients also come with instruction on how to prepare healthy meals in the easiest way possible. In the recent past, big international fast food companies have changed tact by offering healthier meal options for their customers. This shows that the big multinational fast food companies have acknowledged the demand for healthier meals among millenials. Paul Mampilly has been a fund manager for investment firms with billions of dollars in assets. He served as a business leader until he retired at 40 from Wall Street to share his expertise talents and knowledge with everyday people. Paul Mampilly is a graduate of Fordham University.