Foodservice expects a strong Mother's Day

04/12/2012 04:42:00 PM
Andy Nelson

Because of the abundant supplies of many popular Mother’s Day commodities, Shaw doesn’t anticipate significant changes in markets, though strawberry prices for Mother’s Day should be higher than they’ve been in the past two years.


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uspotatoboard    
Denver, Colorado USA  |  April, 16, 2012 at 02:01 AM

this is a good positive thinking. I know this is very on demand kind of food during mother's day. Better keep a lot of food to enjoy by all mothers around the world. Good luck! uspotatoboard - http://www.potatogoodness.com

Jarrett    
Greenwood, SC  |  April, 23, 2012 at 01:31 PM

From the restaurant equipment side we see a lot of chafers being utilized to relive the stress that can be caused to smaller food-service operations by the holiday rush. Here's a look at we have prepaired for our customers - http://tinyurl.com/coec7qr

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