Axis Purchasing, the group purchasing organization, identified savings for its foodservice members of more than $15 million in 2014.
Often overlooked and even more often misunderstood, foodservice warewashing is the method bywhich dishes, glasses, flatware, pots and pans, etc. are cleaned by an automated or manual process that employs hot water, agitation and detergent.
Well-engineered menus sell higher gross profit items that satisfy the consumer and add incremental gross profit dollars to the restaurant operator.
Foodservice inventory typically covers inventory stock or consumables/food, beverages, cleaning, and disposable supplies. These products are stored in a designated storage room area or other secure locations of the building. For the purposes of this paper when we talk about...
A Group Buying Organization (GPO) is an organization that helps pool the buying power of members to help get the best possible prices and quality on products and services. In the consumer markets, these programs are comparable to Costco, Shoppers Warehouse, or insurance bundlers.
There are many philosophies on how to get the best prices in food and supply purchases. Short term versus long term? Bid or Consolidate? From years of experience, Axis Purchasing has learned that the best approach is to work with suppliers and consolidate whenever possible in order to yield the greatest long-term savings.
The goal of every foodservice operator is for their patrons to have a wonderful, unique dining experience that prompts them to return again and again. Even better, if customers are impressed enough, they will tell friends and family or write up a favorable evaluation to share on Yelp or another review website.
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