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The Robots are Coming, The Robots are Coming

Thanks to Cheese Market News for publishing this blog https://www.cheesemarketnews.com/guestcolumn/2017/27oct17_01.html   A friend of mine, not from the food business, said a few weeks ago, “I’ll bet the talk of $15 an hour minimum wage, is driving your restaurant customers crazy?” “Not at all”, I said, “they are actually happy, because at $15 an hour, 



Distributors’ Value Goes Beyond Price of a Product

Changing consumer lifestyles and operator needs have forced customer-oriented foodservice distributors to step up to the plate to help their end users deal with more than merely the price of a No. 10 can of corn. Suzanne Rajczi, longtime executive at Ginsberg’s Foods Inc., Hudson, NY, who was named ceo last January, observed that heading 



Making a Difference – One Berry at a Time

The foodservice industry is clamoring for more fresh berries across all segments of the marketplace, according to the California Giant Berry Farms. The demand is so perceptible that the Watsonville, CA-based farm co-op recently appointed industry veteran Tom Smith to the newly formed position of director of foodservice where he will assist with marketing and 



10 Restaurant Kitchen Hacks That Rock: The Breakfast Shift

If you work in the kitchen in any restaurant, you know just how stressful it can get back there, especially during peak hours. Chopping, slicing, dicing, grilling, baking, sautéing, and prepping are just some of the battles you’re facing in the back of the house. Cooking isn’t for the faint of heart; it’s a fast-paced 



New App Solves a Major Pain Point for Restaurants

More than a year ago now, I was enjoying conversation with a friend of mine who is a bartender. His phone was buzzing like mad – constantly receiving text messages. It got to the point that it was so distracting that I had to ask what was going on. Little did I know his reply 



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