Brian O'Loughlin
  • 60, Male
  • Aledo, TX
  • United States
  • Cul-Innovation LLC
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  • Todd Barnes
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  • Jon @ Satisfaction Services of Houston
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Owner Culinary R&D Product Development Menu Application Support Services
Cul-Innovation LLC
What best describes my company
Bakery, Casual, Fine Dining, QSR, Quick Casual, Upscale Casual
Discovering new food, Consulting, Finding a Job, Career Advancement, Gaining Knowledge, Other
Personal Quote
Respect is earned, not a title, learn the culture of all your co-workers and remember names. Be respectful of everyone from diswasher to owner, learn from everyone!
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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At 10:08am on April 15, 2008, Burt said…
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
At 10:46pm on February 26, 2008, Jon @ Satisfaction Services of Houston said…
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!
At 2:12pm on February 26, 2008, Howard Appell said…
Welcome Brian:

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At 8:51am on February 26, 2008, Brian O'Loughlin said…
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