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8 Ways Food Trucks Have Helped the Restaurant Industry Adapt to the Pandemic

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The start of the pandemic had restaurants scrambling to find a new way to provide service to their customers. The world changed rather quickly, and learning to adapt has been something that has been at the forefront of every business owner’s mind. Food trucks have helped ease the transition from pre-pandemic times til now. Here are 8 ways food trucks have helped the restaurant industry adapt to the pandemic. 

No Indoor Dining

When the pandemic started, most restaurants were closed down because there was a ban on indoor dining.

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How Food Truck Expansion Can Help Your Restaurant in 2022

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Do you have a restaurant with a physical retail location but are looking for unique ways of taking it to the next level? Have you been wanting to expand your restaurant, but aren’t convinced that you want to open another brick and mortar shop? Have you thought about the idea of using a food truck as a way of expanding your restaurant? If you have answered yes to any of these questions, then MBB Management may be the perfect company to help you. We are going to teach you how food truck expansion can help you grow your restaurant in 2022.

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How to Prepare Your Business for Omicron to Prevent Profit Loss

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The last few years have been a big eye-opener for businesses. When the pandemic hit, many people were left in a bad place with their businesses. Many businesses closed temporarily when COVID hit, and some businesses even had to close down permanently. Since the beginning of the pandemic, business owners have been looking to get back on their feet and find a new sense of normal. 

Things were looking better for many businesses, then at the end of 2021, a new strain called Omicron hit. Omicron is causing another surge in infections and hospitalizations.

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4 Ways Food Costing Can Boost Your Restaurant Revenue

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If you own a restaurant, it’s obvious you’re more focused on money. How much is going in, how much is coming out, equipment costs, advertising costs, and so much more! However, there’s often a single trick that most restaurant owners don’t think of when it comes to money. This trick concerns the most important thing to a restaurant:

Food and food costs.

Most restaurants tend to focus on bulk costs. They know that 40 pounds of hamburger meat make a certain number of patties and that it costs a certain amount to buy every day. 

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How to Evaluate a Franchise Investment

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The best thing about any franchise investment is the convenience that it affords any up-and-coming business owner. For most franchise opportunities, the groundwork has already been laid, the business has been tested and improved through time, and operational requirements are easy to prepare.

However, with the sheer number of franchising opportunities abound, you need to evaluate a franchise if it’s worth your time, effort, and money. In short, choosing the best franchise requires careful assessment and evaluation in order to fit your business needs.

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How to Start a Small Restaurant

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There’s nothing small about putting up a small restaurant. You may be looking at a conservative startup with a limited budget, but the amount of planning and preparation needed to pull it off may overwhelm you.

If you’re eager to start a new food business at a small scale, let the following strategies lead you to succeed in your small restaurant venture.

Here are 8 Tips to consider on how to start a small restaurant business.

1. Decide on the kind of restaurant that you will run.

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How MBB Management Helped Grow Tony Luke’s From 4 to 24

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As a premier business consulting company, MBB Management has helped many businesses reach their potential whether that means growing their one business or becoming a franchisor. One example of such success is Tony Luke’s, an iconic Philly cheesesteak brand and franchise. When Tony Luke’s came to MBB Management, they had four locations. In just a short time, MBB Management helped Tony Luke’s grow from four to twenty-four franchise locations!

How did they do it?

John Moser, founder of MBB Management, explains the core steps they follow to scaling franchise businesses like Tony Luke’s to success.

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Top 8 Qualities to Look for in a Hospitality Employee

The hospitality industry is booming so there is an increasing need for skilled hospitality employees. The customer is always the central focus for the hospitality employee so they really need to be passionate about giving the ultimate customer experience.

Finding the perfect employees can be challenging for your restaurant, hotel or resort, but there are certain qualities you should always look for. Here are the top 8 qualities to look for in a hospitality employee:

1. Total Commitment

Hospitality work can feel like a thankless job, with the long hours, hard work, and dealing with difficult customers, so you want staff who are truly committed and passionate about providing the best customer experience possible.

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“Zac’s Burger Bus” – The Ultimate Mobile Business

Philadelphia, June 12, 2017. – In a bold move to be the pioneer of a new concept for the food truck industry, Zac’s Hamburgers has created the “Zac’s Burger Bus”, which offers mobile food truck licensing opportunities that offer a heaping of benefits. The new food truck trend has created a frenzy. This trend has been growing in strength over the past five years and is one of the best performing segments in the broader food-service sector.  Furthermore, the Zac’s Burger Bus provides affordability for many individuals to take advantage of this growing trend and become a food truck licensee.

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9 Tips on How to Run My Restaurant Better

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Being a restaurant owner is hard work. The long hours and the many hats you have to wear can really take a toll on you and your business. When you are stressed out and exhausted, you might let things start to slip affecting the quality of your food and service. It can feel like a thankless job at times, but if you have the passion and drive to make your dreams come true then you will find a way to balance it all.

Here are some tips on how to run your restaurant better.

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