The Next Generation in Hospitality
Mad Greens, an 11-unit chain based in Denver, is offering a website tool to help its customers who have food allergies more easily navigate its menu. The move aims to increase guest traffic among its current diners with allergies, as well as attract new customers looking for food allergy-friendly brands.
August 8, 2011 | By Alan J. Liddle
Entrepreneurs searching for funding must be willing to accept feedback, according to Kesha Cash, one of the founders of Jalia Ventures. It's also important to understand how much money your company needs for growth, she says.
A recent survey by the National Restaurant Association found that 65 percent of restaurateurs have a recycling program in place. Alterra Coffee Roasters of Milwaukee, Wis., is especially committed to sustainability.
August 5, 2011 | By Ron Ruggless
Pro-P.A.D. will start a series of blogs or newsletters based on finding common sense solutions in the hospitality industry. From cleaning, cooking tips, maintenance, technology and so much more. Check back to see what were up to next.
By Chef Todd Zahler