Episode 19: Christie Peters – Skip the Easy Money

In this episode #19 of Eat Well Travel Better, join us as we speak with Christie Peters, a former model, who left her modeling career to return to her hometown, Saksatoon, in the Canadian prairies, a land of opportunity, a kind of wild west, where innovative and passionate entrepreneurs can do more and innovate more quickly…

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News | E-Book for Foodservice Professionals in Poland

English language translation follows below. E-BOOK JAK ZAPEŁNIĆ PUSTE STOLIKI TWOJEJ RESTAURACJI HOTELOWYMI GOŚCMI // HOW TO FILL EMPTY TABLES IN YOUR RESTAURANT Czy marketing to tylko reklama? Absolutnie nie! Podstawą marketingu jest rozumienie potrzeb Twojego gościa i stworzenie dla odpowiedniej dla niego oferty. W moim najnowszym DARMOWYM e-booku „JAK ZAPEŁNIĆ PUSTE STOLIKI TWOJEJ RESTAURACJI HOTELOWYMI GOŚCMI” zapraszam do przeanalizowania…

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News | Free 10-Step Foodservice Checklist to Reduce Food/Beverage Packaging Waste

Today the World Food Travel Association announced the release of its free 10-Step Foodservice Guide and Checklist to Reduce Food/Beverage Packaging Waste. The checklist was developed in support of the Association's Food Tourism 2025 Initiative, one of the goals of which is to help trade and consumers alike, understand ways to help reduce the waste from plastic…

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Episode 2: Irene and Mei Li – Believe In Your Dream

Irene & Mei Li, sibling co-founders of the Mei Mei empire in Boston, Massachusetts (USA), discuss the trials and tribulations of turning a foodservice dream into a brick and mortar reality. They've expanded from a food truck popular with residents and visitors alike to add a full-service restaurant., as well as bottled sauces  They share what…

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Episode 1: Ari Weinzweig – Sweat the Details

Ari Weinzweig is Co-Founder of the Zingerman's family of companies, which include a delicatessen, bakery, catering operation, family restaurant, Korean restaurant, creamery, coffee store, candy store and a professional hospitality training arm. Ari had no idea the company would grow so large when the original deli opened back in 1982. Now, 35 years later, the Zingerman's…

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