Logan Niles
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  • Toronto, ON
  • Canada
  • Blue Nile Catering…
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  • Alyson Mar, RD
  • Junglefrog
  • Susan Koschalk
  • Sveta
  • Chef John Hughes
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  • Chuck Cutaia
  • Thom LaRussa
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Gourmet Retail Food Products

A group dedicated to the advancement, marketing and reasearch of gourmet retail food products. If you're struggling with your retail product or can provide industry feedback about ways to help other members with new products please join in.
Feb 9, 2012
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Food Styling

For anyone who takes quality photographs of food. No need to be a professional photographer or art major to join.
Nov 2, 2010

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Food Styling

For anyone who takes quality photographs of food. No need to be a professional photographer or art major to join.
Jul 2, 2010

Profile Information

Title
CEO/ Executive Chef
Company
Blue Nile Catering &Consulting
Website
http://www.bluenileconsulting.com
Interests
Consulting, Networking
Years in the Industry
22

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A Great Thing Happened on the Way to the Fancy Food Show

Posted on June 26, 2008 at 8:58am 1 Comment

I'm very happy to report that all has been resolved with the folks at NASFT and I will indeed be attending the show. I'll have to miss a day but as they say “2 out of 3 ain’t bad”. I will consequently be removing the additional posts about this situation so that we can all move forward positively.



I would also like to share that both Ann Daw and Mike Tucillo were extremely magnanimous, accommodating and helpful in making sure this resolution came about in time for the show. My thanks… Continue

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At 1:36pm on July 31, 2009,
Non-Operator
Alyson Mar, RD
said…
Hi Logan,

Good question. These two websites websites: mypyramid.gov and nutritiondata.com provide a good initial basis for getting started. However, they are consumer sites, and are not recognized in the industry so I wouldn't recommend publishing the information from these sites.

FoodCalc, does provide a product, MenuCalc, which computes nutrition information for restaurant menus. If you go to www.menucalc.com, there is a one free starter recipe on the right side when you click on "See our plans & pricing." If you are developing a new food label, however, our other product, LabelCalc, (www.labelcalc.com) computes nutrition information to create FDA-compliant nutrition labels. Although these products are not free, you can purchase on a per recipe basis.

Hope that answers your question. Let me know if you have any more. Talk to you soon!

Alyson
At 10:37am on July 30, 2009, Larry Solarsh said…
Thank you Logan. We specialize in product development for first timers into the retail chain.
What is the scope of your consulting business?

Larry
At 10:19am on July 30, 2009,
Non-Operator
Alyson Mar, RD
said…
Hi Logan,

Thanks for connecting. Great pictures, and loving your website. Hope to see you around on here!

Alyson
FoodCalc
At 2:04pm on May 12, 2008, Alex said…
No problem - I checked out your site and you have some great looking stuff on there! Are you still in NY?
At 6:42pm on March 30, 2008, Andy Swingley said…
Beautiful pictures on your site Logan!
At 9:25am on March 29, 2008, Deeba / Passionate Baker...& beyond said…
Hi Logan, would love to; thanks for the invite. Am waiting for the kids to get back to school after their esater break. Will hopefully have more time...
At 12:22pm on March 25, 2008, kettledog said…
Hey Logan,
Thanks for the welcome. I too have been a bit busy but hope to contribute more in the near future.

MG
At 10:46am on March 25, 2008, Judy "the foodie" Asman said…
Hi, Logan,
No problem! I too have more ideas for posts than I do all of the time needed or fast fingers to punch them out. Got a couple of topics for food styling and I look forward to some discussions.
At 10:42am on March 25, 2008, Judy "the foodie" Asman said…
Hi, Logan,
Thanks for the add! Great profile page. Nice to meet you on FohBoh. Look forward to learning more about Blue Nile.
At 9:51am on March 25, 2008, Logan Niles said…
Hey Thom... great to have you around. I hope i have time in the coming weeks to contribute as well!..*Chuckle*...

I do have pixs I need to upload so that may be the extent for a little while.
 
 
 

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