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FOOD NOISE OR FOOD SYMPHONY

Culinary Cues

I find it very interesting how diverse the food experience is. Just as all cars can move a person from one geographic point to another yet the experience that takes place in between can be totally different – so too is this true with food. QUICK SERVICE: This is the food noise experience for both the customer and the employee.

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Exploring Food Culture

Modern Restaurant Management

" Conversations Behind the Kitchen Door: 50 American Chefs Chart Today’s Food Culture " by Emmanuel Laroche offers insights from leading chefs and readers will walk away with advice and inspiration from noted chefs, restaurant owners, bartenders, and industry leaders, all of whom have shared their stories in their own words.

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Navigating the Future with Food Delivery Services

Modern Restaurant Management

Food delivery services have not only changed the way people eat, but they have also provided restaurant operators with both obstacles and possibilities. Understanding the Landscape Food delivery services have changed the restaurant sector, causing an evolution in consumer expectations.

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BUILDING A RESTAURANT FOOD AND WINE CULTURE

Sante

Plan better - Train harder The post BUILDING A RESTAURANT FOOD AND WINE CULTURE appeared first on Santé Magazine.

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Changes in Consumer Habits: Looking Back Over the Last 12 Months for Restaurants

You’ll learn: What consumers expect from restaurants and food service establishments. This large-scale North American survey explores changes in expectations over the last year. How habits are solidifying. Where to focus efforts to drive the greatest impact.

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IoT Is Revolutionizing The Way Restaurants Operate and Manage Food Safety

Modern Restaurant Management

Integrating IoT devices and connectivity drives efficiency, enhances food safety, mitigates risks, increases transparency, reduces waste, and provides many other benefits for restaurants. The numerous, significant benefits of using IoT in the restaurant industry include: Enhancing food safety. Optimizing shelf life and reducing waste.

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Six Important Steps Restaurants Should Take to Build a Strong Food Safety Culture

Modern Restaurant Management

Ensuring food safety is essential for restaurant brands and others within the food industry. A weak food safety culture can have severe consequences, including product recalls, foodborne illnesses, reputational damage, diminished customer loyalty, and financial losses.

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Dive Into Your Inventory Data (and Add Substantial Profits to Your Bottom Line)

Speaker: Ian Foster, Sculpture Hospitality Regional Director West Coast

In this seminar, Ian Foster will discuss the basics of inventory management, including tips on how to get inventory right and how to evaluate your food and pour costs. Analyzing your pour cost and food cost. Ian will examine the best ordering practices from our clients. You will learn: Why take inventory at all? Inventory basics.

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Digital Transformation in the Restaurant Industry

The digital transformation of restaurants and food service businesses represents major advances for the industry, especially when the driving force becomes AI. Think, a 25-75% reduction in food waste that translates to millions of dollars in savings. Streamlined allergen management ensuring ZERO food allergy incidents.

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2024 Restaurant Spending Trends to Stay Ahead of the Curve

Get the report to learn: How customers are spending more—or less—in restaurants Spending plans for the next 12 months Customer suggestions to address costs Attitudes on tipping options in fast food Download the report for just a small example of the insights that a customer experience (CX) partner can find.