Food on the Move

Are you catering to a big event?

Do you have the responsibility of catering for a corporate event? Maybe, your company will be providing the food for a popular convention? Perhaps, the event is more social in nature, a society wedding or a big family reunion? The organizers will have chosen a catering company so that they can relax and enjoy the event. They will expect you to take care of all the details and make sure that there are no problems on the day. Read More 

5 Tips To Improve Your Catering Services

The catering business largely relies on referrals. As such, caterers must outdo themselves in every event if they wish to grow their client base. The extract below provides a few event catering tips that will ensure the growth of your catering business. 1. Listen to Your Clients Listen to your clients' opinions. Do not merely ask what foods they want. Inquire about how they want the food made, what spices you should incorporate, how many serving stations you should have and what kind of utensils you should use. Read More 

3 Tips for Running a Startup Barbecue Restaurant Successfully

A barbecue restaurant is a great business, especially if you love barbecues and have a knack for cooking. However, while you might have what it takes to open a barbecue restaurant – ideas location, funds, menu and suppliers -- it is highly likely that you will make a few newbie mistakes when starting operations. Feeding on relevant information regarding running a barbecue restaurant can help you realise the common errors that new restaurant owners frequently make. Read More 

5 Questions You Must Ask a Wedding Caterer Before Hiring Them

Wedding planning is thrilling but challenging. A wedding caterer is one of the critical vendors you want to thoroughly vet to ensure your big day goes off without a hitch. Here are a few questions to ask your caterer before engaging them. 1. What Are Your Credentials? Finding out if a wedding caterer has all the necessary licenses and permits is the first step in vetting several potential vendors. Begin by looking at several wedding catering service providers to compare their service offerings and zero in on the top choices. Read More 

Finding the perfect scales for selling small amounts of products

Most grocery sales and food services are designed to help people weigh their items to the closest one gram. However, those selling high-value foodstuffs, such as spices or truffles, need to have an accurate and precise set of weighing scales.  Here are some tips to help you find a scale that allows you to make accurate weight measurements on small food products. Choose a high accuracy set of scales You can often find finer scales for food services when you look in specialty scales stores, but you can also opt for laboratory-grade scales if you are looking for a very accurate result. Read More