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January 19th, 2013

FM Sandwich of the Month

The Super Natural Salmon Sandwich is part of a menu collection that focuses on the use of “super foods” at Metz Culinary Management’s college, B&I and healthcare accounts. “We were looking at whole, fresh, minimally processed ingredients, so we said, ‘Let’s take all this goodness and put it into the perennial power houses of our […]

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December 15th, 2012

The Big Picture: Operators Differ About Future Management Talent

Even with unemployment running high, foodservice operators aren’t sure if career hunters will want to follow in their footsteps. The key determinant, they say, is how well the industry spotlights the opportunities available today to prospective candidates. Overall, directors are almost evenly split on the chances of drawing enough talent to replace the veterans who’ll […]

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November 25th, 2012

Consumers, companies drive new practices in food management

A Dallas-based food management company announced it will phase out pork from farms that cram pregnant pigs into gestation crates where they can’t turn around. Metz Culinary Management joins other big companies such as McDonald’s, Burger King, Wendy’s, Denny’s, Subway and Sodexo that also agreed to gestation crate elimination policies over time. Major pork producers […]

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November 15th, 2012

My Other Passion: Renovating an Historical Home

Debbie Gralley’s “weekend warrior” job is restoring the historic home she lives in with her family. The house is one of the oldest homes in Salem, N.J., dating back to the earliest Quaker settlers in the 17th century. “One of my employees lived in this house and she invited me to a realtor’s open house. […]

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