Florida citrus industry assessing Irma damage

admin | September 20th, 2017 - 2:40 pm

Citrus grower-shippers in Florida continue to evaluate their losses in the wake of Hurricane Irma. There will be fruit available for the market, although certainly not as much as originally planned. The Executive Director of the Fort Pierce, Fla.-based Indian River Citrus League, noted that Citrus grower-shippers in Florida continue to evaluate their losses in […]

The Future of Convenience Foodservice.

admin | September 19th, 2017 - 1:56 pm

ROSEMONT, Ill. — With $34.5 billion in sales in 2016, the convenience store foodservice market is not only strong, but seeing continued solid growth. Prepared food accounts for the lion’s share of the pie at $23.4 billion. Hot dispensed beverages comes in second at $7.3 billion, according to Mintel research shared during the 2017 Convenience Store News Convenience Foodservice & […]

Meat industry in recovery mode as Irma moves northward

admin | September 13th, 2017 - 5:20 pm

Meat companies in Florida are working to recover from Hurricane Irma as the state faces weeks of electrical outages and lengthy delays in gasoline and diesel fuel deliveries. A record 3.98 million Florida Power & Light (FPL) customers – an estimated 7 million people total – were without power Sunday night after the Category 4 […]

The Limitless Possibilities of Fried Chicken

admin | September 12th, 2017 - 1:17 pm

When it comes to comfort, indulgence, and creative culinary license, fried chicken delivers. In 1980, Americans consumed an estimated 48 pounds of chicken per person each year. This year, the National Chicken Council projects that figure will reach an astonishing 92 pounds. By contrast, consumption of beef actually dropped significantly, from 77 to 56 pounds, […]

Meat industry recovery from Harvey moving forward

admin | September 6th, 2017 - 1:36 pm

The southeast Texas meat industry is continuing its recovery more than 10 days after of Hurricane Harvey and massive flooding hit the area, according to an unscientific poll conducted by Meatingplace. Calls to more than 50 meat industry players – from processors to distributors to small food companies – found that the majority (30) were open […]

Adopt a Houston Restaurant Fundraising Drive

admin | August 31st, 2017 - 2:57 pm

Saval Foods Corporation is dedicated to providing excellent customer service and quality food products to thousands of customers in the Mid Atlantic region.  With the recent devastation from Hurricane Harvey that has hit Houston several of our customers have asked us how they could help the Houston community. We have arranged, through our fellow Unipro […]

How to Get Diners Excited About Sustainable Seafood

admin | August 29th, 2017 - 5:09 pm

Chefs and operators use different methods to educate guests about where their seafood truly comes from. | Sustainability Restaurant-goers are inundated with information, from the farm their vegetables came from to the way their beef was raised. But the most difficult thing to provide details about is seafood. “One of the most challenging places on […]

How to Cook the Perfect Steak Every Time

admin | August 28th, 2017 - 1:59 pm

Top chefs share their secrets on what it takes to cook the best steak you’ll ever have It’s hard to beat a nice, juicy steak from a restaurant; replicating that perfectly cooked rib eye at home is not easy. Which is why making steak night a regular thing is a good idea to get in […]

Americans Can’t Get Enough Chicken Wings

admin | August 25th, 2017 - 6:50 pm

Chicken wings aren’t just for football fans anymore. Americans are eating so many that their appetite is sending prices to a record and helping lift profits for poultry processors. “Food service traffic and demand in the U.S. remain below pre-recession levels, but demand from and the popularity of local chain concepts and restaurants that focus on […]

DETROIT-STYLE PIZZA IN THE NATIONAL SPOTLIGHT

admin | August 24th, 2017 - 12:03 pm

Sometimes it just takes a bit of distance to realize the unique joys of a favorite hometown dish. After moving 1,400 miles from their hometown of Detroit to Austin, Texas, the two brothers developed a craving for pizza made in the unique style of the Motor City. When they couldn’t find any local pizzerias to […]

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