not much of a secret when it comes to fast food restaurant menus –
just swap out an ingredient or two of something else to personalize
an order. However, include the word secret and a nickname, and
customers are clamoring for it.
to one consumer behavior expert, people have a desire to be in on
something the rest of the world has no knowledge about – like they
are a part of some fancy club or something.
can keep track of these orders, crunching the numbers to learn more
about the base. If a customized order is ordered enough times, it
becomes a part of the menu board.
of the fun people have is knowing what others have no clue about; one
of the reasons restaurants that add in that food lose the customers
who thought it up in the first place. However, they may have a new
product that could never have happened without the research and
are some interesting menu items that have been added to the menu due
to customer favorite “secret” orders?
not only uses an innovation lab to come up with drinks; it also gets
some help from its customers. According to Maggie Jantzen, a
spokeswoman with the company, said there are over 170,000 ways a
barista can personalize a drink.
Dragon Drink, which was a personalized drink and on the “secret”
menu, is now listed on the limited time summer menu only. Customers
would order a Strawberry Acai Refresher with coconut milk rather than
water, which created the Pink Drink.
Triple Breakfast Stacks
recently announced it was bringing in some international favorites
such as the Stroopwafel McFlurry from the Netherlands. However, the
company has been taking customized orders to come up with some new
product ideas. One such idea is the Triple Breakfast Stacks, which
the company gives credit to its customers for making super-sized
have been rumors for years that customers could order quesadillas –
something already on the children’s menu. However, the company is
testing a regular entrée quesadillas now in various locations around