Under New York’s recently passed 2019 Executive Budget, sales of restaurant-type foods, including heated foods and heated beverages, can now be made tax free, provided the sale is for resale – meaning the purchaser intends to resell the prepared food to its customers.
When training is engaging, entertaining, and memorable, it significantly lowers the risk that your restaurant will be the next foodborne illness headline in the national news. You can breathe new life into your food safety program that makes training more impactful with these seven tips.
Did you know that the hospitality industry faces more wage and hour violations than any other industry? These can quickly become financially devastating to any business if action is not taken and the proper layers of protection are not implemented.
Toast, the fastest-growing restaurant management platform in the U.S., today announced $115 million in Series D funding to accelerate investment in research and development, recruit new talent, and expand its global presence.
All cocktail trends move West to East in the United States. It’s just a fact of life in the cocktail business. The trends are created by talented tastemakers and their talent just follows suit. All it takes is the right coverage, and a win or two in bartending competitions.
As chefs enter the new territory using their name on products, it is critical that they receive protection for their brand licensing through appropriate contracts. These contracts, called “intellectual property licenses,” address royalty payments, influence over packaging, and more.
Comments of the New York City Hospitality Alliance on Int. 0936-2018 a Local Law to amend the administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to prohibiting single-use plastic straws and stirrers for beverages.
Given its unique taste profile and perceived health benefits, opportunities exist for cold-brew producers to appeal to young as well as older age group consumers, finds leading data and analytics company GlobalData.
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