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Serving New England’s Top Performing School Food Programs Dennis Paper & Food Service provides years of experience, personal service and in-depth product knowledge to school food programs.

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We’ve put together an assortment of our best-selling breakfast items, rebates and recipes! Looking for more? We have dozens of other options and varieties available in our inventory, ask your Account Executive for suggestions!

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Discover our most popular chicken wings! Plus, with many more varieties in our inventory, your Account Executive can help find just the right wings for your operation! We also have all the sauces, dressings, wingcessories and fan-favorite appetizers to help make your game day menu amazing!

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Lobster Mac & Cheese by Patrick Fahrner Photography

Trendy New England dining comes home as a portable crowd-pleaser. Featuring two widely popular ingredients, this dish perfectly merges rich sweet lobster meat with the savory contrast of white cheddar mac and cheese.

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An easy convenient meal for your students. Can be made with real sausage or a vegetarian/vegan substitute. Great meal for a to-go lunch, and easy to reheat!

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Add some flavor to your barbecue menu with this Spicy Korean Street Taco recipe. Quick and easy to prepare, while also convenient for any to-go orders.

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Lobster Mac & Cheese by Patrick Fahrner Photography

Trendy New England dining comes home as a portable crowd-pleaser. Featuring two widely popular ingredients, this dish perfectly merges rich sweet lobster meat with the savory contrast of white cheddar mac and cheese.

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The foodservice industry is in a state of rapid flux. Beginning in 2015, Americans began spending more money at restaurants than they did in grocery stores. Then the pandemic hit and the way those dollars were being spent changed. Now, for many operators, takeout and delivery stand to become even more important. Other trends that will likely accelerate include mobile ordering, mobile pay, and third-party delivery.

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A growing number of today’s restaurant patrons would rather order delivery or takeout than dine in. In fact, the booming market for food that leaves an operator’s walls will surpass $300 billion in sales by 2023. Nevertheless, on-demand foodservice has its challenges…

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It seems that every shift to the restaurant landscape brings with it a list of questions: What is the next hot flavor trend to watch? Which segment truly owns convenience? What is today’s definition of health? What type of technology is up and coming next?

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Longer days and warmer weather can mean new sales opportunities. After months of cold weather, people are eager to get outside and enjoy the sunshine. From al fresco dining to special summer menus, here are five ways you can take advantage of the changing season and drive sales this summer.

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Operators who innovate with new, unique ingredients and all-day breakfast programs find opportunity to drive breakfast sales with premium to-go options and innovative and indulgent dishes that capitalize on the popularity of brunch.

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Developing a strong takeout program – from products, to packaging to employee training is an effective way to generate additional profit. Here are 7 surefire ways to boost your sales and profits by increasing focus on your takeout business.

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When it comes to food from “c-stores” – even with convenience foodservice sales exceeding $34 billion dollars a year – negative consumer perceptions still exist around the category. Recent research has shown that there is plenty of room for continued innovation when it comes to foodservice in c-stores, and that putting quality first in certain areas can have a positive impact on food sales.

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