August 31, 2011
Win-Holt Buys Commercial Stainless Fabricators
Foodservice equipment manufacturer Win-Holt Equipment Group has purchased Commercial Stainless Fabricators, Inc., located in Marietta, Ga.
NAFEM Launches Sustainability Calculator
New tool facilitates environmental impact reporting for foodservice equipment purchases.
FE&S Special Editorial
Hooters Names New CEO
Hooters announced that Terrance M. Marks will join the company as president and CEO.
Carletti Joins Franklin Machine Products
J.C. Carletti has joined Franklin Machine Products (FMP) as a business development manager.
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Chain Operating Report for Aug. 31
From menu developments to calorie calculators to new store openings, this week’s restaurant chain operating report has a little something for most every foodservice professional.
FE&S Seeks Participants for Forecast Study
Foodservice operators and equipment and supplies dealers are invited to participate in FE&S’ 2012 Industry Forecast Study. The data collected in these surveys will help individual members of the foodservice industry benchmark their company’s performance against their peers, which can be very helpful during these uncertain economic times.
The Passing of Harold A. Hamilton
Longtime independent manufacturers’ rep Harold A. Hamilton of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada passed away on August 28 from cancer.
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Reusables vs Disposables in Foodservice Operations
To reuse or dispose? That is the proverbial and, in some cases, literal million-dollar question for foodservice operators, from the smallest quick-serve restaurant to the highest volume K-12 or college cafeteria. This article looks at some of the factors shaping the way operators and their supply chain partners make these types of purchasing decisions.
Chain Profile: Mama Fu’s Asian House
A small chain with big plans, Mama Fu's Asian House is set to sizzle in the burgeoning Asian fast-casual segment.