The winter season has been among us for just about a month now and there is no doubt that there is a shift in both the weather and our food choices during this time. The bad news for some is that spring will not begin until March in the Northern Hemisphere. This means we have two more months of cold weather (depending on where you live) and thus, lower energy. However, there are some plus sides to having the winter weather around for just a bit longer.
There are several vegetables that thrive in the winter months, and these are a great way to stay warm and healthy during this time.
Here at GKM, we know and value the importance of giving back when possible. Giving back to foundations that involve foodservice is just icing on the cake for us. Young, driven individuals with a passion for foodservice are the ideal candidates when it comes to giving back in this respect, and the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation is the perfect place to be able to do just that.
A growing replacement to vending machines in business or organization settings is micro markets. Micro markets are essentially self-serve kiosks that people can purchase food or beverages at. Everything is stored in coolers and easy to access to make the process simple for people who need a quick fix to their snacking or lunch needs throughout the day. There are so many added benefits to a micro market that a vending machine simply would not allow if given the opportunity.
Numerous events, parties, and meetings revolve around the food and the drinks that are served during which time the event takes place. This is undeniable - there are so many great ideas and conversations that are sparked during a shared meal or food. Foodservice is a crucial aspect of both hospitality and productivity because food seems to have its place at any gathering; it has the potential to spark conversation and create a better atmosphere to make important decisions.
There are many great reasons to offer food and beverages during your next event, no matter what it may be.