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How to manage a restaurant or institutional food service

John Wesley Stokes

How to manage a restaurant or institutional food service

by John Wesley Stokes

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Published by W.C. Brown Co. in Dubuque, Iowa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Restaurant management.,
  • Food service management.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    StatementJohn W. Stokes.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTX911.3.M27 S75 1982
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 393 p. :
    Number of Pages393
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3790136M
    ISBN 100697083152
    LC Control Number81068492

    An increasing number of establishments, especially institutional cafeterias, prefer managers who have 2-year or 4-year degrees in food service management or hospitality and restaurant management. contract language and New England companies that specialize in food service contract negotiation. 1. Food service management companies dictate the parameters of institutional food procurement for many. hospitals, schools districts and colleges in New England and around the country. 1File Size: KB.

    If you’re looking for resources to help with restaurant management, our articles, guides, and videos cover topics that are relevant to any restaurant owner. Whether you run a food truck, fast food franchise, or coffee shop, we cover a variety of subjects to help you with every aspect of managing your restaurant. 8 Basic Inventory Procedures. A key component in effective kitchen management is inventory control. By knowing what supplies are on hand at a given time, the manager will be able to plan food orders, calculate food costs since the previous inventory, and make menu item changes if needed. By keeping an eye on inventory, it is possible to note potential problems with pilferage and waste.

    While institutional food workers can learn their trade on the job, formal education in the culinary arts or food service management is generally needed to advance beyond entry-level positions. Food service managers are responsible for managing the operations of a food service outlet, such as a grocery store, restaurant or cafeteria. Food service managers must perform many job duties.


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