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Choice 12 oz. Blue Paper Frozen Yogurt Cup - 1000/Case
Carnival King PMW17R Royalty Series 8 oz. Commercial Popcorn Machine / Popper with Warming / Holding Merchandiser - 120V, 1700W
Grand Slam HDRG24 24 Hot Dog Roller Grill with 9 Rollers - 110V, 1350W
Kunzler 5 1/4" 8-Pack Grill Franks - 12 lb.
Carnival King 8" Stainless Steel Funnel Cake Mold Ring
Bigelow 1 oz. Red Raspberry Herbal Iced Tea Bags - 40/Case
Bigelow 1 oz. Premium Blend Iced Tea Bags - 40/Case
Bigelow 3.5 oz. Black Iced Tea Bags - 32/Case
Bigelow 1 oz. Perfect Peach Iced Tea Bags - 40/Case
Regal Foods 1 Gram Blue Sugar Substitute Packet - 2000/Case
Regal Foods 2.8 Gram Raw Turbinado Sugar Packet - 1000/Case
Regal Foods 1 Gram Pink Sugar Substitute Packet - 2000/Case
Regal Foods 1 Gram Natural Stevia Packet - 1000/Case
Regal Foods 2.8 Gram Sugar Packet - 2000/Case
Regal Foods 1 Gram Yellow Sugar Substitute Packet - 2000/Case
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Different Types of Restaurants
From your white tablecloth restaurant featuring a three-page wine menu to your hip downtown vegan eatery that serves herb-infused cocktails, the range of different types of restaurants continues to expand. While each restaurant has its own unique ambiance and feel, it’s still possible to distinguish restaurants based on common factors. Luckily, we’ve comprised a list of the various elements used to categorize restaurants as well as a list of the most popular types of restaurants. Restaurant Categorization Factors We can distinguish restaurants from one another by a variety of elements. Below are the broadest and most common factors people use to categorize restaurants: Formality Spectrum. The decor of a restaurant, along with how guests are
Every finished product you serve to your customers goes through a number of steps from growing, harvesting, and shipping to receiving, prepping, and serving. In each one of these steps, potential food safety hazards that might sicken or injure the final consumer are present. However, with careful planning, these hazards can be prevented, reduced to safe levels, or even eliminated altogether. Keep reading to learn what a HACCP plan is and the steps needed to create your own. What does HACCP Stand For? HACCP stands for Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points. It is a system restaurant operators put in place to help them identify and react to dangerous biological, chemical, or physical food contamination. The goal of this food management s
Milkshake vs. Malt: What Is the Difference?
There’s nothing quite like a refreshing cold milkshake from your favorite ice cream parlor on a hot summer day . You may have also heard the word “malt” used for this sweet ice cream drink. That leads us to ask, what is the difference between a milkshake and a malt? Are the terms interchangeable, or are they two entirely different drinks? Below, we explore the difference, go into a little history, and provide you with a recipe to make your very own malted milkshake. Jump to the Recipe What Is a Milkshake? Compared to a malt, a milkshake is the drink you will more commonly find in modern creameries and restaurants. It is comprised of basic ingredients, blended together in a milkshake machine until it reaches that classic creamy consistancy.
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