Since the economic downturn, the restaurant industry, which is the cornerstone of the food and beverage business, has seen decreased sales. What was once a $400 billion a year industry, is now a $300 billion a year industry. Wow.
You Need to Cut Costs: But Where?
With decreasing revenues, cutting costs becomes necessary. But where? As with other service industries, if you cut too much on staff or services and your customers feel the difference in decreased satisfaction with your product, declining service levels and longer waits for service. Skimp too much on the product you offer and your customers will notice.
Why Waste is the Way to Go
But cutting and trimming the costs of areas like waste, where there is no impact on your customer’s experience, you can focus on doing what you do best: providing a pleasurable dining experience that will prompt customers to return again and again.
Focus on What You Do Best
As mentioned elsewhere on this site, our company and its parent organization, EWS, have the knowledge, the reach, and the experience to lower your waste costs AND help you manage this cost center with a minimum of your time. Your business is food; ours is waste. Let’s get together and make sure we help you pay attention to what you do best.