Each spring, thousands of people gather at the Flanagan Food Show to visit, sample unique new products, network with industry leaders and get exclusive show deals on a selection of products.
If it is in fact true that it is better to give than receive, then gift cards must be at the top
of a restaurateur’s wish list.
These simple plastic cards could be an important marketing tool – and revenue generator – at this busiest of commercial periods on the calendar.
With whiskey, maple and mustard, this Canadian take on a classic showcases the great flavours of Ontario beef.
The summer yields a good bounty of fresh and delicious produce that everyone loves.
And yet, it is fall that seems to get people excited and thinking about their favourite restaurants for great new menus and time spent there with friends and family.
But while the fall harvest is a tremendous offering to restaurant kitchens, the versatility of the produce is too often overlooked, according to Jackie Oakes, Marketing Manager at Flanagan Foodservice.
Don’t restaurateurs have enough on their plates?
From faltering economies to fickle diners seeking new food trends and tastes, restaurant owners and operators have enough to juggle without adding something called social media to the list.
But hold on: it might be “because of social media” rather than “despite social media” that restaurateurs could see improvements to their bottom line.