Eggs come in all different shapes and sizes - and their yolks come in a variety of shades as well. But why is a darker, richer yolk better for you than a lighter yellow yolk? Well, it all has to do with the health and happiness of the hen that laid it, and here's why.
San Francisco is expected to move to more relaxed 'orange'-tier COVID restrictions from March 24th, with many restaurants enjoying expanded 50% dining capacity. But what are the new rules for restaurant owners to know about lockdown restrictions begin to loosen?
In a landmark piece of legislation, President Biden's American Rescue Plan gives almost $30 bn to the fledgling US restaurant industry - but how exactly will those funds affect your business? A virtual Q&A with the Independent Restaurant Coalition gives plenty of insight, and its key points are presented here.
Restaurants are fast-paced and challenging environments, with a countless number of issues that may arise at any moment: the quickest way to get a point across is with the right terminology. Knowing industry-specific language is an extremely useful time-saving practice among your workforce, so be sure to look through our ultimate guide of food service terms and phrases.
Your logo can represent more than just your product, but your reputation as well. Fortunately, designing an eye-catching, quality restaurant logo doesn’t need to be expensive, and you won’t need to hire a graphic designer to make it for you.
One year after the COVID-19 outbreak was officially recognised as a pandemic, US President Joe Biden has signed the American Rescue Plan into law, with many businesses and restaurants set to benefit from this $1.9 trillion relief fund. Here's everything you need to know about this new financial lifeline.
If you're a restaurant owner looking to get your hands on plenty of high-quality free range eggs – perhaps even as many 180? – then Buffalo Market is on-hand to help you find great products at an even sweeter price. Take a look here for the A-grade eggs we have at competitive wholesale prices.
Creating a menu that is clearly laid out, enticing, and regularly updated is one of the safest ways of keeping your business afloat, as the food on that menu is the primary lifeblood of any food-serving entity right now. With so many businesses being delivery-only, you're going need to optimize your menu as the face of your restaurant - and here's how to do it.
Turning your passion for cooking into an enterprise that not only pays the bills, but puts a fire in your soul, is the dream of restauranteurs everywhere. But dreams often aren’t straightforward, so there are plenty of things to consider when opening a restaurant of your own - - let's take a look at what you need to know.
Whether you're just starting out or if you've been in the business for decades, it always helps to spice up your menu with exciting new items that are sure to entice customers both new and regular. Here are ten menu ideas to revitalise your restaurant.
Going meat-free isn't just good for your heart, but good for the planet as well. The food industry is one of the most damaging when it comes to climate change, and these are the food services big hitters making the right change to their menus.
Fixed toward fast food chains, the new Climate Corporation Accountability Act aims to curtail the carbon footprint of companies generating more than $1bn of revenue within the state. But the positive impacts on climate change are not just specific to California: they're being made all over the US.
Opening a restaurant is far from cheap - in fact, it’s amazingly expensive. You can expect to shell out $450 for every square foot of your new restaurant, and depending on the size of your floorspace, that figure can easily shoot up to $395,000. But opening one with no money isn't as impossible as it seems...
Reducing our carbon footprint at the same time as lowering the risk of cardiovascular disease, plant-based meats aren’t just beneficial for the environment but our physical wellbeing, too. As an added bonus, they taste just as good as the real thing – if not better
Even before the pandemic forced many businesses to close their doors, there was already a marked shift toward online trading and mobile orders. As such, an estimated 11% of all QSR (quick-service restaurant) orders were conducted via smartphone in 2020 - and this is a trend set to continue as the pandemic does.
Following a closure period of nearly three months, restaurants in San Francisco are due to recommence indoor dining at a 25% capacity from Wednesday, March 3rd. Issued by the Health Officer of San Francisco’s Department of Public Health, all businesses in either indoor or outdoor space must recognize and complete a lengthy social distancing protocol - here's everything you need to know.
The coronavirus pandemic has affected every part of our lives for almost a year now, and while things are beginning to improve there is still a long way to go. Businesses will reopen in the months ahead, but it’s hard to overlook that the hospitality industry has been more negatively affected than perhaps any other.
Valued at $375bn in 2020, the ghost kitchen business model – in which commercial cooking space is leased to businesses by restaurants, or the parent group of which that restaurant is an entity – is set to become a $1tn industry by 2030. But why have they been booming specifically during this pandemic?
When it comes to marketing your business online, Instagram is the ultimate visual medium – which helps when a picture tells a thousand words. Here are the best marketing strategies you'll need to successfully promote your business on Instagram.
If you’re looking to launch your new restaurant online, making use of social media marketing is one of the strongest steps forward. Here are ten of the best Facebook post ideas to get more traffic to your page and more orders from your menu.
There are over a million restaurants in the U.S., so how can you get yours to stand out from the crowd? The past year has seen the emergence of countless online marketing trends, so check out some of these online marketing strategies to keep your business afloat in 2021