Is Your Neighborhood Hosting A Fall Festival?

Posted on: 30 September 2019
Does your neighborhood host a festival every fall? If so, are you on the planning committee? Maybe you are the HOA manager or the HOA president. No matter your position, maybe you have the activities, the food and the drinks for the event totally planned. If you are still in the planning stages of your neighborhood fall festival, from arranging for bulk water delivery service to planning the activities, the food and the drinks, here are some ideas that might help.
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4 Ways Commercial Refrigeration Can Benefit Your Restaurant

Posted on: 10 November 2018
As a restaurateur, you know that profits margins in the food industry can be razor thin. In order to be successful, you need to manage your inventory and staff while keeping your operation efficient. Here are four ways that commercial refrigeration can make your job easier: 1. Keep your perishables organized. Trying to keep food organized in your restaurant's refrigerator can be a huge hassle, especially if your refrigerator is too small.
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Tips For Planning A Large Corporate Event

Posted on: 12 February 2016
Corporate events can be major tasks to organize, and it should come as no surprise that many people can quickly start to feel overwhelmed by the amount of work required for these events. For those that have never organized one of these events, it is critically important to have a sound plan for organizing these private parties. To help make this easier, you can utilize the following couple of tips.
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Becoming A Part Of Food Recovery From Your Restaurant

Posted on: 3 November 2015
In America, about 36 million tons of food was wasted in 2012. This equates to approximately $165 billion worth of food going to the garbage that may have been used to feed all of the one in six Americans who do not have enough to eat. If you own or run a restaurant, you are likely to see much of this waste, as it is estimated that full-service restaurants see up to 3.11 percent of total food used going to waste each day.
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