Best Concepts winner Calypso offers authentic Caribbean dishes from five countries: Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica and Puerto Rico in the University at Albany’s Campus Center food court. For a full description of the concept, go here...
This small-space/high-volume concept generates up to 600 transactions a day out of a 160-square-foot space with a menu focused on totally authentic, “home-cooked” dishes from five cuisine traditions from around the Caribbean.
Boston College chefs created an appealing dish that uses underutilized seafood species instead of overfished alternatives, which has proven beneficial both for the ecology, for seafood-loving students and for the program’s bottom line.
A simple tech solution to sudden emergencies helps Fresh Ideas Food Service Management quickly and efficiently address everything from product replenishment and staff allocation to responding to customer questions.
Best Concepts winner Boston College hit not just a sustainability home run by developing appealing fish tacos using underutilized species, but got a food cost drop in the bargain by using the less expensive product. For a full description of the...
BowlLife was chosen by students to replace a Latin food station and it resulted in a sales increase of nearly 50% at the site.
Fairmont State University’s Chilaca draws sales with customizable Mexican street food.
Bubble tea and its trendier cousin cheese tea are making the scene at Stony Brook University’s Jasmine Tea House.
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