This week we’ve added 5 new items to our inventory. First from Otis Spunkmeyer, a new Chocolate Chip Cookie that has NO High Fructose Corn Syrup! Same great tasting cookie we are all familiar with, but now without the high fructose corn syrup, and is certified Kosher dairy. Next from our fresh produce category, Maine Spencer Apples. From Farmland a Canadian Bacon, frozen for easy storage. The proof is in the process; Farmland hams are hand-selected, meticulously trimmed, and always smoked fresh to provide a memorable meal experience at each bite. Next, American Foods Group Fresh Boneless Beef Chuck Flap, Choice Grade, 14 Bags Per 47 Pound Average Weight Master Case, 2 Chuck Flaps Per Bag. Lastly from Paper Depot, a 20lb 8.5×11″ Plain Smooth Copy Paper.
Tender shrimp enveloped with crispy thin strands of local potatoes is sure to be a winner on any menu, winter, spring, summer or fall. As an appetizer or an entree Caribou Shrimp is a unique menu item with local flare.
The Wyman’s mission is simple: They want to help the world eat more fruit. To do that, they impeccably maintain barrens of antioxidant-rich wild blueberries, and source from some of the best fruit farmers on the planet, revolutionizing how it’s all grown, harvested and fresh frozen.
Whether it’s a warm, gooey cinnamon roll for breakfast or a scrumptious muffin straight out of the oven, consumers love fresh, bakery items.
Warm Fire Braised® Turkey breast, pecan wood smoked shoulder bacon and a medium-boiled egg on herb focaccia with a luxurious maple feta dressing.
The Caribou Russet is a dual-purpose purpose, delivering classic russet flavors while working well in both mashed and fried offerings. The Caribou russet is also hearty, producing high yields with greater blight resistance and mid-season maturity.
Refine your red onions. This easy method will add both flavor & visual stimulation to your garnish station; without adding significant cost to your dish.
When cooked, the flesh of this unique squash can be forked away from the shell in strands similar in appearance to spaghetti. Spaghetti squash is an amazingly diverse eat that will without a doubt invoke your own creative twists.
Although raw garlic is absolutely delicious it sometimes has a mild metallic flavor and may be to overpowering for some recipes. Roasted garlic on the other hand becomes far more subtle during the roasting process…
There is something to be said of the simplicity of a good broiled clam dish. Many chefs render there own renditions of this traditional age old classic dish…
This freezer to fryer style sliced potato quickly becomes a house fried product once dipped in your fryer. Toss your house fried chips with whatever flavor profile is fitting for your establishment. The possibilities are endless so have fun with it!
Chef Tim, and Adam Robinson from Island Made Ocean Clams are cooking up two variations of a New England favorite – clam rolls! One sorta traditional and one… naan traditional. The rich, clean, ocean flavor of these clams offers a top-quality dining experience for even the most discerning seafood & clam lovers.
This is a fun twist on the traditional clam’s linguine of old. Unlike the classical recipe’s use of chopped clams we’ve incorporated fresh hard-shell clams from Island Made Clams, which give you a taste of the deep Atlantic waters from which they came.
All natural white meat chicken, served on a sun dried tomato wrap, topped with fresh arugula with a side of fresh, seasonal fruit.
Smoked turkey breast and crisp turkey bacon are surrounded by fresh greens and the peppery zest of house-made watercress cream cheese, adding a modern twist to the New York bagel club. Serve with a side of red cabbage coleslaw to add even more veggies to the meal.
This week we’ve added 9 new items to our inventory. Starting with fresh produce, we now carry fresh fennel and fresh leeks. From Marconi we’ve added 10lb containers of Extra Virgin Olive Oil. From Curly’s we’ve added Pork Carnitas and pre-sliced Smoked Beef Brisket. From Original Philly we’ve added 4oz beef sandwich slices crafted from fresh, whole muscle USDA-inspected beef. New from Hormel, CAFE H® Korean Beef Barbeque captures the growing popularity of Korean barbeque. This fully cooked beef features a flavor profile highlighted by garlic, ginger and soy. Lastly, in non-foods we’ve added red paper napkin rings from Hoffmaster, and compostable giant wrapped straws from Cellucore – perfect for thick shakes and frappes!
This week we’ve added fresh Seafood Chowder from Kettle Cuisine. Featuring haddock, shrimp, scallops, clams, tender potatoes and minced carrots in a roux-thickened seafood stock with light cream and tangy Monterey Jack cheese.
A flaky puff pastry crust pairs perfectly with the classic pizza flavors of fresh basil, tomato and mozzarella.
This week we’ve added 2 new items to our inventory – 5oz Cinn-Sational Gourmet Cinnamon Roll dough from Rich’s. Rich’s cinnamon roll dough bakes into large gourmet cinnamon rolls made with moist buttery dough and packed with rich imported cinnamon paste. Also new this week, Fresh, 10/14 trimmed Pork Belly from IBP. This item comes in 3 pieces that average 11 lbs total.
We recently added two new FRESH soups from Blount Fine Foods to our inventory. New England Extreme Clam Chowder and Ancient Grain Minestrone. Blount Fine Foods is a New England company that creates premium-quality soups crafted with a blend of tradition and innovation!
This week we’ve added 4 new items to our inventory. From General Mills we’ve added individual Bowlpaks of Cinnamon Chex cereal. From Blount Fine Foods we’ve added a new fresh soup, Organic Ancient Grain Minestrone. From Fry Foods come new breaded mozzarella cheese sticks, and in non-foods we’ve added new hinged paper containers from Fabri-Kal.
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.
Our Podcasts typically go out on Wednesday, although the last two have been an exception. Instead of skipping it this week though, we’re doing a Fast-Foodie-Friday edition of our podcast!