Bakery, Casual, Fine Dining, QSR, Quick Casual, Upscale Casual
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Culinary product development for food manufacturers. Culinary services support for manufacturer sales and marketing initiatives. Product application ideation and menu presentations to multi-unit restaurant chains for food manufacturers. Consulting for manufacturers focused on culinary R&D projects. Indepth understanding of cutting edge and global cuisine, consumer trends, and innovative product design. Product applications for potential multi unit restaurants, QSR, C-Stores, Fast Casual, Casual, Multi-Theme, High End Gourmet Grocery. Eighteen years experience in managing menu development R&D chefs, twenty five years of international travel to global food markets.
Available to Multi-Unit QSR, Fast Casual, Casual Theme, C-Store, Retail, Gourmet or Organic Grocery for: commercialization of menu ingredients or value added products from food manufacturers, conception, bench top, test and production runs. Menu Analysis, Ideation Sessions, R&D, Culinary and Technical support, recipe standardization, operations training. Operations audits and assesments, HACCP performance, labor \ food cost savings, receiving and inventory shrink prevention, supply chain management.
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When you need duck info. contact me. You might consider our discussion group Duck for yummies.
I'm a 5th generation duck farmer/producer. We were the first Long Island duck farmers since 1858.
We won NASFT awards and BBQ Awards. I believe we can help you with technical data. You can offer great duck ideas. Burt
Brian, welcome! Let me know a little about your work! I have a company in Houston that also focuses on the Texas Restaurant market. Have fun on this site, it seems to be just starting to break open with opportunities!
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