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Chop Chop Spring Sweepstakes

Central’s Twitter Chop Chop Spring Sweepstakes – Winner Announced!

Chop Chop Spring Sweepstakes

Update: Winner Announced!

Congratulations to Bedford Bistro and Bar in Raleigh, NC on winning this salad prep duo! If you would like one for yourself, just click on the links below!

Spring Sweepstakes

Spring is here! Celebrate by participating in our Twitter Chop Chop Spring Sweepstakes for a chance to win two great items for your school or restaurant’s salad prep!

How to Enter

You can do it all right here on this page!

  1. Follow @CRPRestaurant on Twitter
  2. Retweet the pinned tweet (below) about the contest

Winner

The winner will be announced on Monday April 18, so get over to Twitter!

Official Rules

For terms and conditions, please visit our Central Restaurant Products’ Chop Chop Giveaway Official Rules.

Chop Chop Spring Sweepstakes

 

 

 

Infographic: Contribution Margin–The Secret to Profitability

After being a successful chef, owner/operator and restaurant manager for over 10 years, Central Product Consultant Michael Williams saw the cost control methods of virtually every type of restaurant–inside and out.

He said one of the most pervasive industry-wide misconceptions he has seen is an obsessive focus on food cost, even at the cost of overall profitability.  As many may wonder, “If my food costs are in line, I’m maximizing every penny, right?”

According to Williams, while food cost is an important measure of cost management, it is more of a tool for waste reduction than the maximizing profit.  In September 2011, he told us all about contribution margin in the blog, Food Cost: The Secret of Profitability…Not Quite.  Here is an infographic that breaks down his information.

Contribution Margin Infographic

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Which Beer Glass Should I Choose? — Infographic

In a Beer Institute press release, data had shown there was $23.6 billion in beer sales for 2011, a jump of nine percent.  Restaurants are responsible for 24 percent of those sales and Beer Institute President Joe McClain said restaurants have a large impact on introducing great brands of beer to customers.  One of the most important aspects to serving any drink is choosing the perfect glass.  There are five different beer glass categories to choose from.  Choosing the right glass will make your customers happy and can bring some extra money into your business.

Check out Central’s selection of beer glasses on our website. 

Which beer glass to choose

 

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