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Product Preview: Piecemeal

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MONTREAL — Piecemeal is a free management-platform aimed at automating and simplifying the work of restaurant managers that includes modules that cover...

The Window to Ensure Restaurants Survive COVID-19 Is Closing, Restaurants Canada

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TORONTO — A Restaurants Canada survey of foodservice businesses across the country has revealed many are considering closing down permanently in the...

Technomic Releases New Pasta and Noodle Report

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CHICAGO — Technomic has released its new 2019 Canadian Pasta Consumer Trend Report, which serves as a guide for foodservice operators and suppliers...

Foodservice Operators Promote Healthy Living and Wellness

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The foodservice industry has, by and large, deftly embraced the consumer trend towards health and wellness. But how are foodservice operators performing...

The 2017 Hospitality Market Report

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While Canadian foodservice operators should expect a modestly healthy 2017 in terms of growth, increasing competition and a changing consumer-spending landscape are going to...

From the Editor: Moving the Needle

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Foodservice operators know only too well how challenging it’s become to run a restaurant. The high cost of real estate, the arduous task of...

NAFEM Show Preview

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More than 500 equipment and supplies manufacturers will come together in Orlando, Fla. next month to talk trends in the food prep, cooking, storage...

Foodservice Operators Are Opting for Affordable Energy-Efficient Refrigeration

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Volume 48, Number 2 Written By: Denise Deveau Most foodservice operators understand sustainable refrigeration options make sense. But, while many claim their priority is energy-efficiency, the...

From The Desk of Robert Carter: Fight for Share

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Volume 48, Issue 1 Written By:  Robert Carter It's going to be a tough road ahead for the foodservice industry as market traffic is expected to...

New Warewashing Technology is Offering Greater Efficiencies

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Many warewashers last longer than most relationships, so foodservice operators need to make sure they’re up for the 25-year commitment and capitalize on new machine technologies that are saving time, money and energy.