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Bone China vs Porcelain Part 2: Care & Storage

By Emily Royster

Ariane Artisan Porcelain Dinnerware

While bone china and porcelain differ in their composition, the storage and care requirements are the same. Proper care of your dinnerware is helpful in extending its service life and lowering costs on replacements.  Keep reading for quick tips on how to care for your restaurant or hotel’s plates, bowls, platters and more. Avoid drastic Read More

Simple Steps to Food Storage Safety

By Lauren Zeleniak

With more than 250 foodborne illnesses, food safety must be a top priority in every commercial kitchen, dining room and healthcare environment. This infographic outlines easy steps for food safety, such as dry storage tips and industry standard temperature ranges, to help prevent contamination and foodborne disease. Learn best practices for keeping ingredients safe in Read More

Top 6 Technologies to Attract Millennials

By Emily Royster

Top Six Technologies to Attract Millennials

Adopting new technologies is a must with tech-savvy Millennials since they are top spenders in the dining industry.  Selecting technologies that are best for your restaurant can be overwhelming, considering the number of apps, software and devices brought to market each year. When you are ready to buy, keep in mind efficiency, growth accommodation and Read More

Effective Tips for Hotel Room Service

By TriMark R.W. Smith

Tips and Strategies for a Successful Hotel Room Service

Room service often receives some of the lowest scores on hotel comment cards. The poor ratings are not a surprise considering its reputation for lukewarm food and premium prices. Learn successful techniques you can employ to make your room service program more satisfying for your guests as well as improve your bottom line. Phone operators Read More

Choosing Bone China or Porcelain Dinnerware

By TriMark R.W. Smith

Bone China vs. Porcelain Dinnerware- Bone China

Selecting dinnerware for your restaurant sets the stage for your dining room’s tone and enticement. A key consideration is which type of tableware best fits your establishment’s interior design. There are multiple options in the commercial china market, fulfilling different needs for different customers. When shopping, keep the following properties in mind to make the Read More

Meeting the Demand of More Diners

By TriMark R.W. Smith

Preparing for More Business in Your Restaurant

This spring, restaurant spending beat out grocery spending for the first time, according to Bloomberg Business. As the economy improves, people are more willing to open their pocket books and spend more to dine out. This trend, coupled with millennials coming of age and their preference to eat out, means restaurants are seeing an rise Read More

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