Local sourcing isn’t a one-size-fits-all operation for restaurants. Operators must consider factors such as restaurant or chain size, concept and philosophy, and menu ingredients when tailoring an approach. However, operators who are looking into sourcing products locally can follow a few basic guidelines to get started. These five tips, which include advice from operators who are successfully incorporating localization on their menus, can serve as a starting point. 1. Look at your ...

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