Foodservice News

Manhattan’s Peltz Gobbles 7% of Sysco In $1.6 Billion Deal

The activist investor Nelson Peltz has emerged as the biggest shareholder in the food service company Sysco after buying a $1.6 billion stake in it.

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Tri-State Food Service Operators Turn To Chef Works Latest In Search Of Signature Apparel Look

Chef Works, a leading provider of culinary apparel to professional chefs and home cooks alike, unveiled late last month with several additions to its broad collection of stylish apron, chef coat, and kitchen/front-of-house shirt offerings.

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Anchor’s Award-Winning Innovation Delivers Solutions for Local Food Service Operators

Panicking at the thought of having to get rid of all your foam food containers? Don’t.  Michael Thaler says the new legislation outlawing it can actually end up boosting ROI for restaurants and foodservice operations.

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Greenwich Wine+Food Festival Announces Honored Chefs & Musical Talent For Serendipity Magazine’s 5th Annual Most Innovative Chefs Gala

Fourteen Local Chefs to Be Honored; Legendary Reggae Band The Wailers to Perform

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Acosta Expands Foodservice Division with Acquisition of United Sales Concepts

Acosta has announced the acquisition of United Sales Concepts. The integration of United Sales Concepts with the rapidly growing Acosta Cornerstone non-foods platform of Acosta Foodservice will expand coverage in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Texas and Eastern Canada.

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Q&A with Ed Pecinka and Joe Ferri of Pecinka Ferri

Jersey Based Rep Pecinka Ferri Moves To New Quarters To Deliver Enhanced Portfolio Of Services To Tri-State Dealer And Consultant Community

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New Equipment Subscription Based Model Takes Hold With Metro New York Restaurant And Food Service Operators

Restaurants and foodservice operations are turning to subscription-based services for everything from linens to ice machines.

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Raw Fish Must Be Frozen First at New York City Restaurants, Says Health Department

New York City restaurants are now required to freeze their raw fish before serving it to customers.

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Southern Tier Racino Submits Proposal For NY Casino License

A racino on New York's Southern Tier submitted a proposal last month for a $145 million expansion to a full Las Vegas-style gambling facility, the first of what is expected to be at least two applications for a casino license in the economically struggling area.

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CT Based Subway Restaurants Announces New President

Suzanne Greco, who began her tenure with the SUBWAY® restaurant chain as a Sandwich Artist™ in 1973 has been named President of the company.

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