catering services – Deborah J Miller http://deborahjmiller.com/ Mon, 18 Apr 2022 13:05:07 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://deborahjmiller.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-35-150x150.png catering services – Deborah J Miller http://deborahjmiller.com/ 32 32 SCC issues new provisions on online consumer disputes in China https://deborahjmiller.com/scc-issues-new-provisions-on-online-consumer-disputes-in-china/ Wed, 16 Mar 2022 15:57:08 +0000 https://deborahjmiller.com/scc-issues-new-provisions-on-online-consumer-disputes-in-china/ With the development of the digital economy, accelerated by COVID-19, online shopping has become a basic tool for consumers in recent years. Indeed, China has become the largest online retail market in the world and this has been changing since 2013. Following the growth, there has been a rapid increase in online consumer disputes. As […]]]>

With the development of the digital economy, accelerated by COVID-19, online shopping has become a basic tool for consumers in recent years. Indeed, China has become the largest online retail market in the world and this has been changing since 2013. Following the growth, there has been a rapid increase in online consumer disputes. As a result, judicial practice is faced with new situations and new issues related to online consumer disputes.

New provisions come into force

On March 1, 2022, the Supreme People’s Court (SPC) issued Provisions of the Supreme People’s Court on Several Issues Regarding Law Enforcement in Courtroom Cases Involving Online Consumer Disputes (I) (Provisions) , effective March 15, 2022. The provisions help China’s courts handle online consumer disputes, protect consumers’ legitimate rights and interests, and promote a sustainable development of the digital economy.

The provisions consist of 20 articles, mainly regulating online consumer contracts, responsible subjects for online purchase disputes, direct marketing and take-out catering services. In this alert, we take a look at some of the key points.

Consumer-focused protection for online consumer contracts

Arti. 1 of the provisions expressly declares invalid standard terms which exclude or restrict the rights of consumers, reduce or decline the responsibilities of the electronic commerce operator, increase the responsibilities of consumers or are otherwise unfair or unreasonable for consumers. These clauses include, inter alia, “the signature for the receipt of the goods representing by default that the goods are of acceptable quality” and “the unilateral interpretation of the commercial operator or the final interpretation of the terms of the contract”, which have been commonly seen in consumer-related contracts.

E-commerce platforms as subjects responsible for online purchase disputes

The Provisions specify in Art. 4 that e-commerce platforms will assume liability as a seller of the product or provider of services when performing a stand-alone activity. This provision expressly clarifies the responsible subject (i.e. the e-commerce platform) for stand-alone businesses. In China, many online businesses are operated by an e-commerce platform, such as JD.com, and this provision will encourage e-commerce platform operators to control the quality of goods and services provided when they run a self-employed business. The provisions further specify that in the process of the sale of products or the provision of services by commercial operators on e-commerce platforms, when the employees of the operators guide consumers to make payments by methods other than those provided by the transaction platforms, the operators cannot evade but will assume the responsibility of the seller of the product or the service provider.

Manufacture of transactions, page views or consumer reviews

It has long been criticized that fabricated transactions, page views, and consumer reviews are done to grab consumers’ attention and promote sales on e-commerce platforms. Such behavior clearly compromises consumers’ right to know and freedom of choice. In the Provisions, it is expressly provided that sales contracts concluded by the fabrication of transactions, page views or consumer reviews shall be deemed invalid.

Platform operators and live streaming room operators are responsible for online live streaming marketing

The provisions state that where employees of a commercial operator create false advertising or other conduct, the commercial operator on e-commerce platforms will be liable for damages. Furthermore, live streaming venue operators will take responsibility for sellers if they fail to prove that they have clearly stated that they are not the sellers and specified the actual sellers clearly enough.

Live online marketing is a new and popular marketing method in China, and it has become extremely popular with the public, while the quality of products and services has been criticized. The provisions clarify liability for products and services and clarify the liability of platform operators and live-streaming room operators to regulate the new online market.

Enhanced food safety protection for the takeout industry

The Provisions specify the review obligations of the operator of online food service platforms. If online catering service platforms do not comply with the review obligations, they will bear joint and several liability with the catering service providers. In addition, a disclaimer based on orders being processed by another mandated party will not be complied with. Online catering service providers will take responsibility themselves. The development of the take-out industry is promising but controversial for China’s food safety responsibility, and the provisions clarify the responsibility for food safety and the protection of consumer rights and interests.

In conclusion, the provisions reflect the judicial support provided by the courts to protect the legitimate rights and interests of consumers and also to promote a healthy and sustainable development of the digital economy. It is good to see that the Chinese authorities are determined to promote and improve the development of the online market and to regulate counterfeit and defective products. In the meantime, the provisions will encourage online business operators, including e-commerce operators, live-streaming platform operators, live-streaming room operators and take-out food service providers, to control the quality of the goods and services they provide and to fulfill the specified obligations. in the Provisions.

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Late night dinners returning to Yale and Stanford campuses https://deborahjmiller.com/late-night-dinners-returning-to-yale-and-stanford-campuses/ Fri, 11 Mar 2022 15:18:41 +0000 https://deborahjmiller.com/late-night-dinners-returning-to-yale-and-stanford-campuses/ In this edition of 5 Things, Food Management highlights five things you may have missed recently about developments affecting on-premises catering. Here is your list for today: Late night dinner back on campus Related: 5 Tech Things: Russian Delivery Robots Removed From Ohio State, University of Arizona A sign of a resumption of […]]]>

In this edition of 5 Things, Food Management highlights five things you may have missed recently about developments affecting on-premises catering.

Here is your list for today:

  1. Late night dinner back on campus

A sign of a resumption of traditional dining operations on college campuses is the return of late night dining options on campuses which in many cases have been interrupted or severely curtailed by pandemic-related restrictions and the personnel issues arising from the pandemic. For example, at Yale University, a late-night dining option called Ivy will be available starting March 29 in the school’s underground Schwarzman Center venue for the first time since the Schwarzman Center opened in last August. At Ivy, members of the Yale community will be able to order a variety of snacks, meals and appetizers with “globally influenced flavors,” such as signature tacos on homemade tortillas and beef sliders with hand-cut Greek fries.

Meanwhile, across the country, Stanford University recently celebrated the return of its Late Night at Lakeside dining option for the first time since the pandemic hit two years ago. Open Sunday through Thursday from 9:30 p.m. to 2:30 a.m., it offers dishes such as chopped cheese sandwiches, loaded nacho fries, and Nutella banana shakes. “R&DE [Residential and Dining Enterprises] recognizes that late-night dining options are important to students, and we are pleased to restart programs as the public health environment and R&DE Stanford Dining staff have improved,” says Jocelyn Breeland, spokesperson of R&DE.

Read more: All About Ivy, Yale’s New Late-Night Dining Option and Quesadillas and DJ: The Return of Late Night at Lakeside

  1. District reports over $170,000 in unclaimed meal account money

Florida’s Hillsborough County School System, one of the nation’s largest public school districts, says it currently has 16,141 school lunch accounts with unclaimed money totaling $170,108. District spokeswoman Erin Maloney said most accounts were under $10, but parents could still get a refund, even if their account was inactive.

Read more: Money forgotten in thousands of lunch accounts, says Hillsborough School District

  1. Sodexo extends its agreement with University Hospitals

Sodexo announced the extension and extension of its contract with University Hospitals (UH) in Ohio, its largest integrated health services client in the United States, for which it provides a range of services including patient nutrition and food retail through cafeterias at UH, Wolfgang Pucks at UHCMC, and coffee kiosks such as Einstein’s, as well as facilities and construction management and health technology management. The renewed contract provides for an 11-year relationship during which Sodexo will employ 180 people in six service areas and plans to renovate retail and cafeteria space at UH Cleveland Medical Center, as well as perform a technical study of healthcare system acute care campus.

Read more: Sodexo and university hospitals broaden and extend their partnership

  1. State Courthouse cafe will train workers for restaurant jobs

Service!, a business originally launched at the start of the COVID pandemic to support and nurture individuals in the hospitality industry, is now expanding its operations to open Cafe Overlook in the cafeteria space of the Franklin County Courthouse in Columbus, Ohio, as a social enterprise to help prepare its employees for careers in the hospitality industry through training and education resources. The operation will focus on training people who may not have much industry experience on all aspects of the business, from washing up to working with front of house customers. , to create a potential pipeline of employees for local establishments to help address the current labor shortage in the industry.

Read more: Service! Launch of Workforce Development Program with Cafe Overlook

  1. AVI extends its agreement with the Football Hall of Fame complex

Hall of Fame Resort & Entertainment Co. has entered into a multi-year concession extension of its agreement with FM Top 50 company AVI Foodsystems to not only operate the football-themed Starbucks location at the Constellation Center for Excellence which is scheduled to open before this summer, but to make AVI the exclusive provider of concessions and catering services to the Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium and the HOFV Sports Complex located on the Hall of Fame Village campus powered by Johnson Controls in Canton, Ohio. The initial agreement in June 2021 made AVI the operating partner of the Starbucks venue, but now, as part of the expanded five-year concession agreement, AVI will immediately begin providing concessionary services at Tom Benson Stadium. and at the HOFV sports complex.

Read more: Hall of Fame Resort & Entertainment: HOFV Announces Multi-Year Concession Agreement with AVI Foodsystems

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The 7th Lou Malnati Valley location coming Spring 2022! https://deborahjmiller.com/the-7th-lou-malnati-valley-location-coming-spring-2022/ Wed, 09 Mar 2022 22:42:00 +0000 https://deborahjmiller.com/the-7th-lou-malnati-valley-location-coming-spring-2022/ CHANDLER – ATTENTION, CHICAGO DEEP DISH FANS: Lou Malnati’s famous pizzeria is coming to Chandler in a few months! Currently under construction, Lou Malnati plans to open its seventh location in the Valley in the spring of 2022 in the village of Las Tiendas, at the corner of Alma School Road and Queen Creek Road. […]]]>

CHANDLER – ATTENTION, CHICAGO DEEP DISH FANS: Lou Malnati’s famous pizzeria is coming to Chandler in a few months!

Currently under construction, Lou Malnati plans to open its seventh location in the Valley in the spring of 2022 in the village of Las Tiendas, at the corner of Alma School Road and Queen Creek Road.

Can’t get enough of their sweet and chunky tomato filling? You’re in luck ! The pizzeria is currently hiring about 50 local employees to fill kitchen staff, telephone staff and delivery drivers. Your interview will take place either over the phone or on Zoom. Free employee meals are just one of the benefits offered to their crew members!

The Valley greeted the Chicago-based restaurant with welcoming arms and long lines. Lou Malnati’s opened its first restaurant in Phoenix (of seven) just six years ago in 2016. Arcadia, Scottsdale and Glendale soon followed with Mesa and Gilbert both opening in late 2021.

The Chandler site will follow after its counterparts Arcadia, Glendale, Mesa and Gilbert. It won’t have a full-service dining facility — instead, it will focus on take-out and delivery orders. You will also be able to order via curbside pickup and contactless delivery. Delivered catering services will be offered to those who live near Chandler, according to Natalie Levy, public relations manager for Lou Malnati’s.

An exact opening date has yet to be announced.

IF YOU ARE GOING TO:
Pizzeria by Lou Malnati
2815 Alma S School Road.
Chandler, AZ 85286

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T-Town Smoothie Cafe celebrates its first anniversary | Living https://deborahjmiller.com/t-town-smoothie-cafe-celebrates-its-first-anniversary-living/ Sat, 05 Mar 2022 18:30:00 +0000 https://deborahjmiller.com/t-town-smoothie-cafe-celebrates-its-first-anniversary-living/ After being open for just over a year, T-Town Smoothie Cafe celebrated the milestone with family, friends and customers by hosting an anniversary ribbon cutting, courtesy of the T-Town Area Chamber of Commerce. Tullahoma. To celebrate the occasion, the T-Town Smoothie Cafe gave away free smoothies and protein rice bowls to those in attendance. T-Town […]]]>

After being open for just over a year, T-Town Smoothie Cafe celebrated the milestone with family, friends and customers by hosting an anniversary ribbon cutting, courtesy of the T-Town Area Chamber of Commerce. Tullahoma.

To celebrate the occasion, the T-Town Smoothie Cafe gave away free smoothies and protein rice bowls to those in attendance.

T-Town Smoothie Cafe was opened in November 2020 by Matthew Sfirakis, who wanted to give Tullahoma something different by offering real fruit smoothies and acai bowls.

“We wanted to do a new concept in the area with our smoothies and acai bowls,” Sfirakis said. “We are truly proud to be Tullahoma’s very first smoothie company and a true smoothie shop.”

Originally, it was planned to celebrate the occasion closer to the anniversary date; however, the cafe was closed in November due to renovations caused by a leak.

“It was just a fitting in the wall behind the toilet,” Sfirakis said. “It popped up overnight and when I got to work there was an inch of water.”

Besides the leak, Sfirakis said the first year was tough as a new company and it grew day by day.

“People don’t know what we have to offer until they come to see our store,” he said. “I’m just trying to give Tullahoma and the surrounding area something different from anything around.”

He added that he tries to make the T-Town Smoothie Cafe a positive meeting place for local kids.

“It’s always good to see the kids here hanging out instead of getting in trouble.”

Sfirakis said one of the highlights for him has been seeing the reactions of customers when they walk in and see what T-Town Smoothie Café has on offer, such as its various wraps and subs, sandwiches, salads, bowls of food and protein, smoothies and acai balls.

Another highlight for him is that he continues to give back to the community. Currently, with every purchase of the Wildcat Smoothie, a portion of the proceeds are donated to the Tullahoma City Schools Athletic Department. For the giant smoothie, a portion of the proceeds will go to Connor’s Cure for Fighting Pediatric Cancer. The T-Town Smoothie Cafe has also been involved in fundraisers for some of the local nonprofits, including the Imagination Library of Coffee County.

As for the future, Sfirakis said he plans to continue to grow the T-Town Smoothie Cafe to the point of becoming a franchise and opening more stores. He added that he would also try to promote catering services.

“It would be great if we could take this little store and turn it into a franchise,” he said. “[The building] was a dental surgery center and I looked at what I transformed from it.

The T-Town Smoothie Cafe is located at 1956 N. Jackson St., next to Affordable Dental and across from Applebee’s. Hours of operation are 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, and closed Sunday.

To learn more about the cafe, call 563-5176, visit ttownsmoothie.com or the T-Town Smoothie Cafe page.

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Cafe de Coral stops catering service from Tuesday https://deborahjmiller.com/cafe-de-coral-stops-catering-service-from-tuesday/ Sun, 27 Feb 2022 05:39:00 +0000 https://deborahjmiller.com/cafe-de-coral-stops-catering-service-from-tuesday/ File Photo: Coral’s Outlet Cafe File Photo: Super Super Congee and Noodles Previous following The main fast-food chain Cafe de Coral will stop dine-in service and switch to take-out only from Tuesday, March 1. The same goes for congee restaurant Super Super Congee and Noodles, its parent company […]]]>

The main fast-food chain Cafe de Coral will stop dine-in service and switch to take-out only from Tuesday, March 1.

The same goes for congee restaurant Super Super Congee and Noodles, its parent company Cafe de Coral (0341) announced on Sunday.

Chief Executive Piony Leung Ho-ting said the number of cases had increased amid the fifth wave of the Covid-19 outbreak.

The chain has taken the decision to reduce the risks of transmission linked to the removal of masks by customers during their meals. The change will reduce crowds inside stores, she added.

The Café de Coral will continue its catering services to individual businesses.

The company said arrangements for the rest of the restaurants in its portfolio — including Spaghetti House and Super Sandwiches — will be announced on its social media pages. Some of these restaurants will maintain a catering service to serve people who work outside or who cannot eat at their place of work.

Simon Wong Ka-wo, chairman of the Hong Kong Federation of Restaurants and Allied Trades, said up to 300 restaurants closed in the fifth wave. More than 1,200 have suspended operations, he said last week.

Under current social distancing measures, restaurants can only accommodate two diners at each table. Food service is permitted until 6:00 p.m., after which only take-out is permitted.

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With a market size valued at $4.1 trillion by 2026, it is a healthy prospect for the global restaurant industry market https://deborahjmiller.com/with-a-market-size-valued-at-4-1-trillion-by-2026-it-is-a-healthy-prospect-for-the-global-restaurant-industry-market/ Wed, 23 Feb 2022 15:20:00 +0000 https://deborahjmiller.com/with-a-market-size-valued-at-4-1-trillion-by-2026-it-is-a-healthy-prospect-for-the-global-restaurant-industry-market/ Global competitiveness and percentage market shares of main competitors Market presence in multiple geographies – Strong/Active/Niche/Trivial Peer-to-peer collaborative online interactive updates Access to our digital archives and the MarketGlass research platform Free updates for one year Editing: 17; Published: February 2022Executive Pool: 4102Companies: 200 – Players covered include Applebees Services, Inc.; ARAMARK Company; Arby’s Restaurant […]]]>
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Global catering industry market to reach US$4.1 trillion by 2026
Catering consists of manufacturing, serving and selling ready-to-eat food and beverages or providing catering services to public or private end consumers by internal or external operators. As such, catering accounts for approximately 45% to 50% of total food spend in the United States, while the percentage in less developed markets can be in the range of 10% to 15% or less of total spend. in food. The main contributors to the growth of the sector are socio-economic conditions, such as high disposable income, busy and increased mobile life, increased outsourcing of non-essential activities by companies and the expansion of the market in new areas such as transportation and retail. Other factors that may influence the market include tourism, immigration, food variety, access to food outlets, and advancements in technology like the internet through online ordering. Major growth in the catering industry is expected as catering operators are encouraged to invest more in environmentally friendly and energy efficient equipment to meet changing needs. Although the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has affected the operations of the entire restaurant industry, including that of fast food establishments and QSRs, the long-term outlook remains positive, offering considerable opportunities for the catering market.

Amid COVID-19 crisis, Global Industrial Catering Market Estimated at US$3.4 trillion in 2022, is expected to reach a revised size of US$4.1 trillion by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 5.4% over the analysis period. Full Service, one of the segments analyzed in the report, is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.5% to reach US$1.5 trillion at the end of the analysis period. After a thorough analysis of the business implications of the pandemic and the induced economic crisis, the growth of the fast food segment is readjusted to a revised CAGR of 6.5% for the next 7-year period. This segment currently accounts for a 28.1% share of the global restaurant industry market. Full-Service Restaurants (FSRs) are joining the take-out train. A growing number of FSRs are offering takeout. Additionally, restaurants are developing new menus for takeout rather than offering the menu onsite in the takeout segment. Quick service restaurants (QSR), also known as fast food restaurants, are establishments that serve fast food and have minimal table service. Convenient and economical foods as well as time and cost savings are fueling the growth of the QSR market. The rapid growth of online delivery and home delivery markets, driven by growing consumer desire to have food delivered to their homes, is also driving growth.

The US market is estimated at $840.8 billion in 2022, when China is expected to reach $776.9 billion by 2026
The restaurant industry market in the United States is estimated at US$840.8 billion in 2022. The country currently accounts for a 25.1% share of the global market. Chinaworld’s second largest economy, is expected to reach an estimated market size of US$776.9 billion in 2026 with a CAGR of 7% over the analysis period. Other notable geographic markets include Japan and Canada, each predicting growth of 4.1% and 4.3% respectively over the analysis period. In Europe, Germany is expected to grow at around 4.2% CAGR while the rest of the European market (as defined in the study) will reach US$825.7 billion at the end of the analysis period. Asia Pacific The region is experiencing a rapid growth of international fast food chains and the emergence of several local or national QSRs. Although the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has affected the operations of the entire restaurant industry, including that of fast food establishments and QSRs, the long-term outlook remains positive, offering considerable opportunities for the catering equipment market.

Limited service segment to reach $864.6 billion by 2026
Quick-service restaurants, also known as limited-service restaurants, primarily include self-service fast food restaurants, cafes, and sandwich shops. Examples of quick service restaurants include McDonald’s, Pizza Hut, KFC, Starbucks, Burger King, and Subway, among others. In the global limited service segment, United States, Canada, Japan, China and Europe will drive the CAGR of 3.4% estimated for this segment. These regional markets representing a combined market size of US$517.9 billion will reach a projected size of US$664.2 billion at the end of the analysis period. China will remain among the most dynamic in this group of regional markets. Led by countries such as Australia, Indiaand South Koreathe market of Asia Pacific should reach US$116.9 billion by 2026, while Latin America will increase at a CAGR of 4% over the analysis period. Continued

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Legendary Indian Parsi Culinary Entrepreneur Tanaz Godiwalla Brings “A Parsi Affair” Condiment Line to North America https://deborahjmiller.com/legendary-indian-parsi-culinary-entrepreneur-tanaz-godiwalla-brings-a-parsi-affair-condiment-line-to-north-america/ Mon, 21 Feb 2022 15:46:00 +0000 https://deborahjmiller.com/legendary-indian-parsi-culinary-entrepreneur-tanaz-godiwalla-brings-a-parsi-affair-condiment-line-to-north-america/ New York, NY, February 21, 2022 — (PR.com) — Acclaimed Parsi culinary legend and entrepreneur, Tanaz Godiwalla, also known as India’s ‘Parsi Queen of Restaurants’, today announced the foray of its products into the North American market. Tanaz will partner with TGFPL USA, Inc. owned by Cashmira Sethna (Director), which will be the sole distributor […]]]>
New York, NY, February 21, 2022 — (PR.com) — Acclaimed Parsi culinary legend and entrepreneur, Tanaz Godiwalla, also known as India’s ‘Parsi Queen of Restaurants’, today announced the foray of its products into the North American market. Tanaz will partner with TGFPL USA, Inc. owned by Cashmira Sethna (Director), which will be the sole distributor of A Parsi Affair’s ready-to-cook and ready-to-eat delicacies in the United States and Canada. These coveted condiments can now be used by everyone, in their own way, to bring the delectable taste of Parsi cuisine into their kitchen.

Commenting on the launch, Tanaz Godiwalla said, “My culinary journey began over 30 years ago when I took over the reins of Godiwalla Catering, now a household name in the Parsi community. Soon I realized that there was a definite market for Parsi condiments that could be easily incorporated into home cooking. With that in mind, I launched ‘A Parsi Affair’ and it was an instant hit in India and the UK. I am now delighted to be able to share the unique taste of Parsi cuisine with the large Indian and Parsi community in the United States and look forward to expanding the range of our offerings soon.

The first product that will be available is Gajar Meva Nu Achaar, a traditional Parsi carrot-based sweet and sour pickle that incorporates raisins and dried dates. The second is the Gor Keri Meva Nu Achaar, the unique Parsi raw mango marinade. Vegetarian and with no added preservatives, the flavors are a game-changer in the market as they are the first to include premium dried fruits and nuts like cashews and dates. A pinch of red chilli, ginger and mustard powder add spicy notes while the sambhar masala enhances the aroma. Each of these condiments uses healthy ingredients such as ginger, garlic, chillies, jaggery, cinnamon and turmeric – all of which have scientifically proven health benefits and contribute to the distinctive flavor that makes Parsi food so famous. They’re addictive with fries and stand out on charcuterie boards. Infinitely versatile, they can be paired with rev-up rice, roti flatbreads, naans, parathas, sourdough, crackers, garlic bread and everything from theplas (flatbreads made with spices) with khakras (thin crackers).

Both condiments will be on the shelves of select Patel Brothers outlets in February 2022. Patel Brothers is the largest Indian-American supermarket chain in the United States with 57 locations in 19 states, primarily New York and New Jersey. The condiments are expected to be available on Amazon in July 2022. Their price will be accessible to anyone looking for a simple yet sumptuous way to add real Parsi zest to their meals.

About Tanaz Godiwalla
Tanaz is India’s most famous Parsi caterer, beloved for its mouth-watering feasts. His extraordinary career has been featured in Conde Nast Traveler, The New York Times and Upper Crust India to name a few. As a second-generation owner and award-winning chef, she has successfully run the business for over three decades. She is the go-to chef of Mumbai’s Parsi community, and her awe-inspiring banquets are bursting with color, flavor and texture. Over the years, she has organized hundreds of events, sometimes booked years in advance. She also runs a cloud kitchen that does food deliveries in Mumbai, India and launched her UK catering services in spring 2021.

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Restaurant and Foodservice Entrepreneur Market Expected to Reach $601.9 Billion by 2026 | Compass Group Plc., Sodexo, Aramark Corporation https://deborahjmiller.com/restaurant-and-foodservice-entrepreneur-market-expected-to-reach-601-9-billion-by-2026-compass-group-plc-sodexo-aramark-corporation/ Thu, 17 Feb 2022 11:36:44 +0000 https://deborahjmiller.com/restaurant-and-foodservice-entrepreneur-market-expected-to-reach-601-9-billion-by-2026-compass-group-plc-sodexo-aramark-corporation/ Coherent Market Insights’ extensive repository of global market research reports now includes the Restaurant and Foodservice Entrepreneur Market. The report examines both primary research and secondary research to effectively analyze the data. Important industry factors such as global customers, potential customers, and vendors are also highlighted in the market research, all of which contribute to […]]]>

Coherent Market Insights’ extensive repository of global market research reports now includes the Restaurant and Foodservice Entrepreneur Market. The report examines both primary research and secondary research to effectively analyze the data. Important industry factors such as global customers, potential customers, and vendors are also highlighted in the market research, all of which contribute to the positive growth of the business. Significant market players have also been tapped to provide readers with in-depth analyzes of industry strategies to forecast business turning points.

Competitors from all over the world are now being attracted to the restaurant and foodservice market. The research report covers future trends, growth factors, consumption, production volume, CAGR value, attentive opinions, profit margin, price and industry-validated market data, to to name a few.

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𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐌𝐚𝐣𝐨𝐫 𝐏𝐥𝐚𝐲𝐞𝐫𝐬: Compass Group Plc., Sodexo, Aramark Corporation, Elior Group, Delaware North, Westbury Street Holdings, Ovations Food Services, Thompson Hospitality, Dine Contract Catering, Olive Catering Services and others..

The impact of Covid-19 will be examined in the final report of this Restaurant and Foodservice Contractors Market report.

This report examines the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the global catering and foodservice market in response to the recent novel COVID-19 pandemic. This report examines and describes the impact of a novel coronavirus pandemic on the growth of the Restaurant and Foodservice Contractors market.

The Catering and Food Service Contractor report provides insightful insights into the market driving forces that are expected to have a major impact on business portfolios and market share in the industry. Along the same lines, the Catering and Food Service Contractor report analyzes and categorizes all the recent market strategies in light of the market challenges and opportunities in the coming years.

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‣ Potential and niche segments, promising growth geographies
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The following aspects are given with a comprehensive analysis of In-House Catering and Catering Contractors market research reports:

Production Analysis – The beginning of this in-house restoration and restoration contractor is examined based on the most important countries, types, and applications. Price analysis of the various in-house catering and catering services market leading players will be fully covered in this study.

➡ Profit and Sales Analysis – Profits and sales of the key components of the international in-house catering and catering contractors market are validated. Another important factor, price, which has a significant impact on sales growth, can be evaluated in this section for many regions.

➡ Segments and Advantages – Continuing the theme of profits, this document examines the design and ingestion of its internal restaurant and foodservice market. Differences between usage and supply, export and import data are also highlighted in this research.

➡ Many global in-house catering and food service industry players – major players have been assessed in this field based on their company profile, product portfolio, capabilities, prices, their costs and revenues.

➡ Other Analysis – In addition to the above data, demand and supply analysis for the Food Service and Catering Entrepreneurs economy, contact details of major producers, suppliers and consumers can be assigned.

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➤ How does the economy deal with changes in the value of other firms?

➤ Who are the major players in the current market and what are their prospects for total sales growth?

➤ Which applications should perform well in the coming year?

➤ What are the Global Restaurant and Foodservice Market Trends, Challenges and Significant Competition?

➤ What are the main results and end effects of the industry strength analysis?

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The Day – New cafe kicks off restaurant upgrades at Mystic Seaport https://deborahjmiller.com/the-day-new-cafe-kicks-off-restaurant-upgrades-at-mystic-seaport/ Fri, 11 Feb 2022 23:29:55 +0000 https://deborahjmiller.com/the-day-new-cafe-kicks-off-restaurant-upgrades-at-mystic-seaport/ Mystic – A new cafe has opened at the north entrance of the Mystic Seaport Museum in the Thompson Exhibition Building, the first in a series of changes by new food and beverage operator Lancer Hospitality. The Propeller Coffee Bar opened in mid-January, the same time Lancer took over as the museum’s main food and […]]]>

Mystic – A new cafe has opened at the north entrance of the Mystic Seaport Museum in the Thompson Exhibition Building, the first in a series of changes by new food and beverage operator Lancer Hospitality.

The Propeller Coffee Bar opened in mid-January, the same time Lancer took over as the museum’s main food and beverage operator.

The cafe serves espresso drinks such as cappuccinos, chai lattes, and Americanos, along with coffee from Fuel America. Baked and take-out items available on Friday included a Nutella banana nut muffin, banana sesame crunch bread, cheese bento box, sandwiches and salads.

It is open during museum hours, which are currently 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday through Sunday, but will extend to 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily from March 31 through October 30.

The space has housed different things over the years, most recently a Social Coffee Roastery location. Christopher Watson, district manager for Lancer Hospitality, noted that the Propeller Coffee Bar is open to all members of the public, not just museum visitors.

Schaefer’s Spouter Tavern and Galley Restaurant, which are only open to museum patrons, will be refreshed in March and April, respectively, Watson said. Spouter Tavern will have a new menu and QR codes on patio tables so people can order food from outside.

Lancer Hospitality is a subsidiary of culinary management group Elior North America, and Watson noted that Lancer specializes in museums, zoos and aquariums. Lancer started working with Mystic Aquarium in 2019.

Coastal Gourmet ran the Galley restaurant and catering operations, but their contract had expired and they did not participate in the request for proposals that resulted in the contract with Lancer, museum spokesman Dan McFadden said. Coastal Gourmet continues to operate Latitude 41, which is currently closed for the season.

“We’ve been very impressed with Lancer when talking to different companies, and I know they’re doing a great job with the aquarium,” McFadden said. He added: “We were looking for someone to take food service to the next level.”

Watson said Lancer will also exclusively provide on-property catering services and host events. The company will also handle weddings at Mystic Seaport.

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High Country Food Hub Reaches $2 Million Sales Milestone https://deborahjmiller.com/high-country-food-hub-reaches-2-million-sales-milestone/ Wed, 09 Feb 2022 19:45:31 +0000 https://deborahjmiller.com/high-country-food-hub-reaches-2-million-sales-milestone/ The High Country Food Hub is thrilled to announce that it has reached the milestone of $2 million in sales since the online marketplace launched in April 2017. This is the story of how over 100 local food producers, 4,750 consumers and dozens of partner organizations came together to create a model resilience strategy. Operated […]]]>

The High Country Food Hub is thrilled to announce that it has reached the milestone of $2 million in sales since the online marketplace launched in April 2017.

This is the story of how over 100 local food producers, 4,750 consumers and dozens of partner organizations came together to create a model resilience strategy.

Operated by Blue Ridge Women in Agriculture, the High Country Food Hub provides a year-round online marketplace for High Country shoppers to shop for local food items from the comfort of their own homes and pick them up at convenient locations in the counties of Watauga, Avery and Ashe.

Caroline Stahlschmidt, Food Hub customer and Blue Ridge Women in Agriculture Board Member, explained why buying local is important to her: “I love cooking nutritious meals for myself and my family. Starting with locally grown seasonal vegetables and locally raised meat and eggs makes every meal delicious. Locally grown foods always taste better and are more nutritious. It’s a win everywhere.

how it started

High Country Food Hub staff photo

The Food Hub was born out of a need for farmers to sell more of their pastured vegetables and meats. Through a collaboration with the Watauga County Government, Watauga County Cooperative Extension, and Blue Ridge Women in Agriculture, the Food Hub started in 2016 with a walk-in freezer and a small walk-in cooler at the agricultural center of Watauga.

In the spring of 2017, the Hub launched its online marketplace with a few dozen meats and value-added products from a handful of farms. Consumers can now find more than 3,000 products from more than 85 food producers throughout the year.

“For many farmers, the Food Hub was their first exposure to direct selling. After diving in and working with the Food Hub, many have expanded the products and produce they offer and are growing their farming businesses. In this way, the Hub has been an incubator for new agricultural ventures,” said Watauga County Cooperative Extension Manager Jim Hamilton.

A resilience strategy

High Country Food Hub Producers

Achieving $2 million in sales means as much to the local community as it does to the High Country Food Hub. Dollars spent at the Hub are dollars that get back into the hands of the more than 85 farmers and food producers who sell in the online marketplace.

Liz Whiteman, Director of Operations for Blue Ridge Women in Agriculture, said of this milestone, “Money spent at the Food Hub is money that would otherwise have left our community and gone to national corporations. . Instead, these resources stay here in the High Country, are invested in our neighbors and make the local economy more resilient.

For every dollar spent at the Food Hub, 84 cents go directly to growers in our community.

These producers then use their money to buy animal feed and farm supplies from local stores and hire accountants, mechanics and other local businesses in our community, which keeps the food money in our region.

The Food Hub as a resilience strategy took hold at the start of the pandemic. As grocery store shelves emptied and consumers sought socially distanced ways to support their neighbors, Food Hub revenue grew 6.71x from January-February to April-May 2020.

Since then, the Hub and Blue Ridge Women in Agriculture have worked to establish additional ways to make shopping for local food even more accessible by adding convenient pickup points throughout the region, expanding its Double Up Food Bucks and partnering with food pantries to provide free boxes of healthy food to our neighbors.

This had real impacts on producers in the region. “The Food Hub’s growth has helped us maintain revenue streams and cash flow during traditionally slower times of the year for agricultural commodities,” said James Wilkes of Faith Mountain Farms, “We expect growth continues as the public continues to shift some of their weekly consumption to local produce.

None of the hub’s successes would have been possible without the support of the Watauga County Government, Watauga County Cooperative Extension, City of Boone, Heifer USA, Carolina Farm Credit, Commission Appalachian Regional Council, Watauga County Economic Development Commission, Resource Communities, Appalachian State University. Catering Services, Dr. Pepper of West Jefferson and the Golden LEAF Foundation as well as over 100 local food producers and 4750 consumers and partnerships with FARM Cafe, Hunger & Health Coalition, Casting Bread Ministries, AppHealthCare, Boone Area Chamber of Commerce, Blowing Rock Chamber of Commerce, Watauga Food Council, Carolina Farm Stewardship Association, Center for Environmental Farming Systems and Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project.

“We all want and need our local farms to succeed. Supporting them through the Food Hub is one way to help them succeed,” said customers Kathy and Wade Reece, “The Food Hub unites local growers and makers with the public, giving us a tremendous opportunity to experience high-quality products. quality, super fresh, handmade, and organic food every week!

About the High Country Food Hub

The High Country Food Hub, operated by Blue Ridge Women in Agriculture, is an online retailer for local farmers and food producers that offers community members the opportunity to access quality local produce throughout the country. ‘year.

The High Country Food Hub is expanding its reach and customers can pick up their orders in Blowing Rock, Banner Elk, Vilas/Zionville, West Jefferson and Boone. To learn more about the High Country Food Hub, please visit Facebook @HighCountryFoodHub, Instagram @highcountryfoodhub or www.highcountryfoodhub.org/.

About Blue Ridge Women in Agriculture Established in 2003, Blue Ridge Women in Agriculture (BRWIA) is a women-led organization that builds a fair and sustainable local High Country food system by supporting producers and cultivating community connections that educate, inspire and increase demand for food. local foods. To learn more about BRIWA, visit Facebook @BRWIA, Instagram @brwia or www.brwia.org.

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