The largest independent broadline wholesale food service distributor in Baltimore, Maryland, Virginia and Washington D.C. Serving independent restaurants; casual and fine dining, caterers, country clubs, bars, taverns, delis and private schools.

              

Trending Tables: Restaurants go back to basics

February 22nd, 2018

  Familiar menu items strike chords with the public There’s no denying an overarching trend of food in American restaurants to be more adventuresome and experimental, but there’s a lot to be said for traditional fare, as the latest class […]

The Problem With Cashless Restaurants

February 19th, 2018

Here’s why restaurateurs are ditching cash in favor of credit Daily Provisions is one of a growing number of new restaurants that don’t accept cash. But it’s certainly not the first; some establishments started going cashless nearly a decade ago. […]

Fast-food chains are slashing dozens of items from menus — and it reveals a massive shift in the industry

January 30th, 2018

Restaurants including are cutting dozens of items from their menus. • “We have a lot of items that probably needed to be culled,” Dunkin’ Brands’ CEO told Business Insider. • Casual and family dining chains, known for their over-stuffed menus, […]

Lyons Sweet Indulgence Sauces

January 25th, 2018

Good for the Soul… Lyons partnered with ProStart, a program that provides students with hands-on culinary experiences. Along with the Lyons team, eight student chefs helped select two new flavors and brought them to life with an array of menu […]

RESTAURANT WEEKS IN THE BALTIMORE/WASHINGTON AREA:

January 17th, 2018

January 12-21, 2018 – Baltimore Restaurant Week January 19-28, 2018 – Harford County Restaurant Week January 19-February 3, 2018 – Baltimore County Restaurant Week January 22-February 5, 2018 – Howard County Restaurant Week January 22-28, […]

Top 10 Flavors to Watch in 2018

January 15th, 2018

  A decade ago, Datassential predicted the “black foods” trend, noting that foods like black ice creams were trending for their “dramatic presentation.” This was a full three years before the release of Instagram, the […]

What’s hot for kids? Here’s our Top 5 items

January 12th, 2018

  Wondering what the most popular kids’ meals are going to be in the next year? We asked 700 professional chefs from the American Culinary Federation that question. Their answers are part of our What’s […]

Bone-in vs. boneless wings: The gap widens

January 11th, 2018

The popularity of chicken wings is still on the rise, but consumers’ strong preference for bone-in wings over boneless presents restaurant operators with some tough choices for managing supply and demand, according to new research […]

Top 10 Flavors to Watch in 2018

December 22nd, 2017

  A decade ago, Datassential predicted the “black foods” trend, noting that foods like black ice creams were trending for their “dramatic presentation.” This was a full three years before the release of Instagram, the […]

PAR-TAY! Companies are once again celebrating the holidays: survey

December 18th, 2017

A record number of workers will see holiday cheer in the office this year as the highest proportion of employers since the recession say they plan to give back — not only to their staff, […]

Red Meat Weights on Production Forecasts

December 15th, 2017

Lower beef and pork production at the close of 2017, and into 2018, dragged down the USDA’s projections in its latest World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report, even as expectations for broiler production increased. […]

Saval Foodservice donates turkeys to A Mother’s Cry Thanksgiving Event at New Waverly AME

December 8th, 2017

Article is from Baltimore Times. Link to original article is below.   A Mother’s Cry holds Thanksgiving Event at New Waverly AME Ursula V. Battle | 11/24/2017, 6 a.m. Over 300 women impacted by violence among attendees […]

Google Beverage Trend Report Touts Cold Brew, Earthy Flavors

December 7th, 2017

Google released its first ever beverage trends report last week, drawing on its vast data collection and analysis resources to present a deep dive into the factors fueling non-alcoholic drinks in the U.S., United Kingdom, […]

Florida Growers Catching Up After Delays Due to Irma

December 5th, 2017

Florida vegetable operations are finally approaching normal production, nearly three months after Hurricane Irma pummeled the state. “Definitely the most affected is obviously the longer-maturing crops,” an operations manager for Raleigh, N.C.-based L&M Cos., said […]

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