New software creates 'intelligent' recipes, holds down costs

 
March 22, 2010 | by
Woodside, Calif.-based foodservice technology maker MenuMax and AFS Technologies, a provider of end-to-end solutions for the foodservice industry, have signed an agreement to integrate the AFS Profile database with new recipe-management and food cost software from MenuMax.
 
"Joining forces with AFS will allow us to better serve our customers in the foodservice marketplace," said Arthur Burkhart, MenuMax Vice President of sales and marketing. "With Profile, foodservice operators can easily access standardized industry data to identify branded product preferences for their menu offerings. Profile fills the information gap allowing users to match products to distributor order guides, which are used for food costing within our application."
 
Once foodservice operators' recipes are put into MenuMax, they can be:
  • Broken down by ingredient for food cost calculation
  • Analyzed for nutrition composition
  • Inserted in menus for profit margin management
  • Resized by yield, portion size, or baker percentage

MenuMax offers its software with a one-month free trial period. After the trial, subscribers will pay $29.95 monthly or $299 yearly.


Topics: Equipment & Supplies


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