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Stop Coffee Spoilage with Coffee SavR

Coffee SavR is a highly effective new product that keeps coffee fresh tasting for longer than 90 minutes, even when kept on a burner or in a heated dispenser. This unique, patented (#9,480,268) formulation of approved antioxidants and stabilizers significantly slows down the oxidation and deterioration processes in hot-brewed coffee.

Beaufurn Introduces the Cone Collection

Beaufurn, the manufacturer of fashion-forward, functional designs announced that it is introducing the Cone Collection. This eye-catching design works in restaurants, coffee houses, ice cream parlors, sporting venues, and universities.

OSHAKits.com Launches Eco-Friendly Body Fluid Spill Kits

The new Eco-Friendly Body Fluid Spill Kit from OSHAKits.com allows foodservice establishments to comply with state and local food codes while also achieving corporate sustainability goals.“Beyond a keen focus on efficacy against foodborne illnesses like norovirus, the most common request we’ve heard from food safety managers is their desire for us to reduce the amount of plastic being thrown away with kits after an incident,” says Owen Griffin, Business Development Manager at OSHAKits.

Bridor Introduces Simply Baguette and Other New Products

Bridor, the leader in bringing high quality, European style croissants, pastries and breads to the U.S. foodservice and retail markets, announced the debut of its Simply Baguette and seven other bread products with a variety of taste profiles, shapes and sizes.

Hampton Creek Launches First-of-its-Kind Product Just Scramble

Hampton Creek, a company that applies cutting-edge science and technology to create healthier, more sustainable foods, today announced the launch of Just Scramble. The first-of-its-kind product will be rolling out first in San Francisco and expanding to additional locations and cities in 2018.

The 2018 Restaurant Buyer's Guide

If you ask any chef or operator, what makes or breaks a restaurant is the people. That being said, even the most skilled culinary experts and managers can only do so much without the proper ingredients, resources, and tools.

Foodservice Packaging Institute Introduces New Resource for Foodservice Operators

As more consumers turn to foodservice outlets for meals and snacks, foodservice operators must be ready to meet this demand and decide how to best serve their customers. They need to do this in a cost-effective, safe and sustainable manner, and they have two choices—reusable packaging, or single-use packaging that provides more economic, operational and sustainable benefits.