In order to hold up to moisture and temperature fluctuations, signage in the fresh departments of grocery stores must evolve beyond standard paper or labels. Product and pricing signage in the produce, deli and prepared food section needs to be durable to survive.
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In any busy restaurant kitchen, maximizing speed of service and plate presentation quality is the most important goal. There needs to be consistency throughout the meal prep process. Every operation runs more effectively when a process is standardized and employees are correctly trained for consistency.
As a restaurant owner or manager, one of your biggest priorities should be your staff. They are your biggest asset. Ensuring safety in the back of the house with posters and signage not only improves working conditions, it can also create a more efficient kitchen.
Watch the video to learn why Atlantic Grill uses waterproof menus! Atlantic Grill is open year-round, but because they are located in a seasonal community, they receive an influx of customers during the summer months. As the number of patrons increases, the need for durable menus becomes even more critical.
Restaurant owners: dirty menus are one of your customers' biggest pet peeves. A menu that is sticky or has food remnants on it can be, at best, off-putting and, at worst, disgusting. You can easily lose customers over it. This can be avoided by simply keeping menus clean.
Menus receive heavy and frequent handling and they are exposed to food and drinks often. In order for them to last, you need to invest in a good quality material that can withstand these elements. Plastic menus are not only waterproof, they're also tear-proof.
We've got great news: making the transition to a waterproof material doesn't mean that you need to compromise on design. If you're feeling stuck on design or just want to see some examples, we've got you covered. Here are eight bar menu design ideas to inspire you!
Our latest customer story comes from Blue Latitudes, a restaurant located in Dover, New Hampshire. Owner Jeff Roemer sat down to chat about menu paper and the benefits of going waterproof.
You want customers to have a great experience at your restaurant. Everything down to the color and quality of your menus will make an impression. A bright, colorful menu can set you apart from your competition! Don't know where to start? We came up with five breakfast menu design ideas to share.
It's easy to print waterproof menus by using a laser printer. But how easy is easy? Check out our video, we'll show you.
Restaurant menus receive some really rough treatment; the spills and frequent handling can take a toll on paper menus, even if they are laminated. A durable, waterproof menu makes all the difference.