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Ohza Broadens Distribution to New York City and Long Island, Expanding Partnership with Whole Foods and other Retailers

Ohza, one of the fastest-growing ready-to-drink beverage companies, is expanding distribution to the New York City and Long Island markets. The expansion follows Ohza’s success in neighboring New England states as well as direct-to-consumer across the country. “We’ve had continuous calls for Ohza to come to New York stores and bars, so we are excited […]

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Why the Owner of a Restaurant Must Give Up Control

As coaches and consultants who work directly with the owner of a restaurant, we often run into a large roadblock. This roadblock can often stop the process of implementing systems, stall the process of making more money and often derail the restaurant into failure. What does this roadblock look like? YOU! The independent restaurant owner. […]

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How Your Pizzeria Can Fight Back Against Unfair Online Ordering Fees

Thanks to its universal appeal and easily portable nature, pizza has been a beloved staple of restaurant takeout for decades. It’s not surprising that in the age of online ordering, pizzerias are uniquely poised to profit. Online ordering grows order volume and size, increases revenue, boosts efficiency, and fosters customer loyalty. If your pizzeria is […]

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Second Wave of Restaurant Chain Bankruptcy Filings Could Offer New Opportunities  

Anyone who has worked the back of the house at a popular restaurant knows how chaotic the kitchen can feel during a restaurant “rush” hour—knives, spoons, and spatulas being swung around, glassware flying, line cooks and sous chefs furiously plating food and sending it out. The same intensity will also mark what the restaurant bankruptcy […]

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Manage Restaurant Business Systems, Not People

Running a restaurant business is tough and if you struggle with managing people, it can be brutal. Let me lighten that expectation and share with you what I’ve learned working with restaurant owners everywhere. Managing people doesn’t work. I cannot tell you how often we start with a Management Consulting Services (MCS) client to find […]

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Are Ghost Kitchens Helping or Harming Independent Restaurants?

Within the past two years, the number of restaurants in the US that offer online delivery has grown by an incredible 210%. Given this rapid increase, it’s not surprising that attitudes and business practices related to online ordering are transforming quickly, too. Many online delivery apps are no longer content to just provide ordering technology […]

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Four Innovative Pandemic Restaurant Marketing Strategies that Need to Continue

Due to the pandemic, restaurants everywhere were forced to examine their marketing strategies, to dig deep into their creative depths, and in many cases, move beyond their typical comfort zones. Restaurants that closed completely during emergency shut-downs were faced with the challenge of remaining top-of-mind when their patrons weren’t able to dine with them and ways in […]

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NEW Coffee mate Toll House Cookies ‘n Cocoa + Seasonal Creamer Lineup

Coffee mate unveiled its highly anticipated seasonal offerings, including a new, limited-edition holiday creamer: Coffee mate Toll House Cookies n’ Cocoa. With flavors reminiscent of chocolate chip cookies and warm hot cocoa, this festive creamer brings two of the most beloved holiday treats together. New offerings from natural bliss will also join this year’s seasonal lineup — dairy-based Mint […]

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Restaurant Management Training Is Essential to Success

Restaurant management training is so important to your restaurant’s success because you can’t do it all. You have to make your managers accountable. When your management team knows what the job is, how to do it and how well you want it done… you have a management team that gets things done, meets expectations and […]

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