Signature ’18 at the National Restaurant Association Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show – a modern take on the traditional keynote – welcomes 66th Secretary of State Dr. Condoleezza Rice for a discussion with President and CEO of the National Restaurant Association Dawn Sweeney.
From Market Analysis to Financials, we have consolidated a list of 8 must-haves to include when creating your restaurant business plan. Learn more about what the outline of your business plan should be in this article.
Angela Garbacz of Nebraska's Goldenrod Pastries launched a campaign in light of Women’s History Month called Empower Through Flour, a vehicle to celebrate the many talented women in the food industry, raise money and awareness for the 501(c)3 organization I AM THAT GIRL, and inspire young girls everywhere to be confident leaders.
Representatives Duncan Hunter (CA-50) and Trey Hollingsworth (IN–9), with support from the IFDA and the ATA, today introduced the DRIVE-Safe Act, critical legislation that addresses the massive driver shortage affecting the movement of commerce in our country by promoting opportunity and enhanced safety training...
TouchBistro is changing the POS software game by teaming up with Chase's WePay to introduce the next-generation of payment technology for restaurants, which makes the day-to-day operations that much more easier.
Ice from contaminated ice machines is one of the most common Health Code violations. And what's the biggest reasons why ice gets contaminated? Improper handling by employees or improperly maintained ice machines. Here's what you can do to make sure your ice machines and ice handling are safe and up to code.
Once again in 2018, high-end steakhouses continue to grow in NYC. No matter how accomplished a home cook is, a great steak is still a challenge. The chances of having a commercial grade broiler or grill that can generate the intense heat necessary to replicate high-end steakhouses make it virtually impossible.
Deciding how to brand your food truck may be the most important decision you’ll face as a food-on-the-go entrepreneur. Well executed food truck branding can draw attention to your business all day, every day, everywhere it goes. Follow our food truck branding guide and your truck will race ahead of your competition.
Having the proper ventilation in your restaurant’s commercial kitchen has a multitude of benefits. This article lays out the basics of commercial kitchen exhaust ventilation in plain language. The two chief objectives are to prevent fires from breaking out and to serve better tasting food that smells great.
As a restaurant owner, you should be well aware of the dangers and repercussions of pest sightings at an eatery. Complaints of infestations, dead insects or their presence in a food item may attract penalties from the regulating authorities. If you want to protect your restaurant from common pests, you must be aware of...
We get asked “Why is my POS reporting two different amounts of sales tax collected for the same time period?” The answer is simple once you understand how most POS systems calculate sales tax. The POS reports sales tax two different ways depending if you are looking at the Transactional Sales Tax Report or...
EYE Event Coverage - Photo Gallery: This year’s SHFM Critical Issues Conference held at NYU’s Kimmel Center featured an all-star cast slate of presenters who explore the conference's theme: DESIGNING THE EVOLUTIONARY WORK SPACE EXPERIENCE.
Marketing your food startup is as important as having a great tasting product. Delicious food and exceptional services are no good when only you know about them. And now, getting the word out about your business has become easier than ever before! Use these five essential marketing tools to get you started:
The first hearing the Department of Labor will be holding is on the possible elimination of the tip credit. Originally, these hearings were slated to begin in mid-March. However, due to a scheduling conflict, these hearings were shifted until April 20, which makes Farmingdale, Long Island the first hearing location.
Here are some Earth Day tips to get your food and beverage establishment in line with the GREEN movement and share with your customers that you care about the Earth, and together, we can make a difference!
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