For many foodservice operators, a package is much more than just a container for food — it is a tool for achieving their business goals. They realize that well-conceived packaging can have a huge impact on the quality, safety and profitability of the menu items that they devote so much imagination and effort to creating. “Understanding the vision of the chef is the first thing we do when we consult,” says Susan Edwards, Foodservice Business Development Manager, North ...
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