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March 28th, 2018

Served with Class

Source: The Sentinel

Anna Brackbill, right, a student at East Juniata High School, serves a meal to Cathy Smith, of McAlisterville, Tuesday, at the fourth annual Senior Citizen’s Spring Luncheon. The free meal is hosted by the Juniata County School District and Metz Culinary Management. The meal was served by students while guests were treated to musical entertainment and […]

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March 7th, 2018

It’s a Pork Cook-Off

Source: The Daily Record

Metz Culinary Management’s executive chef Bradley Nash, of St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, recently served as a guest judge for the Ohio Culinary Affair with Pork. According to his general manager, Brad’s passion for cooking and creating excellent dishes is something he values and wants to pass on to the future generations of upcoming chefs.

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March 5th, 2018

New Airport Checkpoint Almost Finished

Source: Scranton Times

“We see a lot of travelers who really would love to snag a doughnut but they have to ditch it to get through security,” said Rick Sell, vice president of restaurant operations for Metz Culinary Management. “We just think this is going to make the offerings for people who are traveling, once they get behind […]

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February 23rd, 2018

Special Needs Employees Get a Step Up at Metz

Metz Culinary Management has committed so diligently to hiring workers who may need a little extra help, the stance has been incorporated as one of the company’s core values: “Respect and Caring – Honoring the culture and worth of people, seeing to their comfort without the expectation of return.” The philosophy stretches across all Metz’s […]

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