Foodservice News: Cranberries, Virtual Beer and Boxed Water

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A little more than a week until Thanksgiving! Are you taking the day off or is your restaurant open? Regardless, this blog post is designed to save you time this Holiday season by compiling the most recent foodservice news together so you don’t have to search for it.

Cranberries tap into American traditions

Move over canned cranberry sauce, there’s new and better ways to use this fruit, which is native to America. In this article, Restaurant Hospitality looks at some traditional and not so traditional uses of cranberries in restaurants throughout the United States.

2018 International 25: Virtual beers and facial recognition

Restaurant technology is advancing at such a rapid pace it’s easy to feel overwhelmed and underprepared to capitalize on the latest and greatest for your restaurant of foodservice operation. Nation’s Restaurant News takes a look at the top trends in restaurant technology and how foreign restaurant chains are using them.

California wildfires destroy outlets of several major restaurant brands

The images coming out of California have been difficult to watch. Lives lost, and homes and businesses scorched to the foundation. Restaurant Hospitality covers the national chains and local restaurants that have been impacted by the wild fires, and includes information on how to help.

Boxed water replaces plastic at Princeton

First, it was the straws, and now, plastic bottles appear to be on their way out, at least at one higher education institution. Princeton University Dining recently announced it was replacing plastic water bottles with boxed water in half- and one-liter sizes. Learn more in this Food Management article.

2018 Best Cocktails in America: Blueberry Yum Yum

Every Thanksgiving feast needs a special cocktail, and the Blueberry Yum Yum looks like the perfect option. You can find it at Sea Sea Riders in Dundin, Fla., or learn how to make it by checking out this article in Restaurant Hospitality.

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