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Minor's Street Food Stations Highlight Variety and Global Flavors

April 10, 2015 Industry News
Industry News

Bring bold, global flavors from trendy food trucks to any operation with Minor’s street food action stations from Nestle Professional.

Globally inspired street food stations offer portable, highly customizable dishes with a range of proteins, sauces, and toppings. Simple yet unique street food concepts bring in the traffic and keep customers on campus throughout the day.

“We have the opportunity to partner with foodservice directors and equip them with solutions and create exciting dishes that keep customers on site,” says Minor’s marketing manager Todd Muller. “We know patrons crave variety and flavor, and these customized action station programs deliver on both.”

With recipes developed by world-class chefs, Minor’s bases, sauces, and flavor concentrates are the foundation of popular street food recipes that invite customers to create a personalized experience. It is easy to expand street food offerings while increasing profitability and enticing patrons with trendy ingredients.

Street food action stations allow customers the freedom to choose unique recipes such as Red Curry Noodle Bowls, Bourbon BLTs and Roast Pork and Vegetable Bánh Mì.

Street food stations provide the ultimate convenience for operators—simply change out ingredients to keep menus fresh and interesting. Rotate street food action station ideas and provide guests with an attended cooking display to enhance the entire street food station experience.

Customizable promotional materials including posters, table tents, and clings are also available for program support. Menu planning calendars, recipe order guides, and preparation guides are all designed to help foodservice directors successfully run these innovative actions stations.

 

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