Hello Foodservice
Hello Foodservice September 2011

Foodservice Gateway has launched Australia’s first online current affairs program for the foodservice industry: Hello Foodservice.

In this program:

Note: number denotes starting point of each story in minutes and seconds.

00.00 Daily meal deals – are they the answer?

07.30 The Australian Culinary Federation – more than just a chef’s club

12.45 The ‘dude food craze’ – Hello Foodservice talks to Foodservice editor Anthony Huckstep

15.15 ‘Tasting Success’ – a mentoring course for female apprentice chefs

17.55 Restaurant Reason – smart thinking from two ‘Big Apple’ entrepreneurs

22.10 The real story of imported seafood – Seafood Experience Australia CEO Roy Palmer and Seafood Importers Association Australia Chairman Norm Grant speak out

Click to view Hello Foodservice November 2011

 

4 Responses to “Hello Foodservice September 2011”

  1. Paul Moore says:

    Great job Lindsay it looks Fab.

  2. Steve Ward says:

    What a great initiative Lindsay! Congratulations to you and your production team on a punchy, informative and highly engaging program.
    I look forward to tuning in and keeping up-to-speed on what’s doing in the industry. Nice to see you building the online platform we know is utilised by so many Foodservice & Hospitality professionals in daily life. Keep up the great work.

  3. Brad Probert says:

    WELL DONE LIN,AS ALWAYS YOU ARE INNOVATIVE AND INTERESTING– TO THE BUSY FOODSERVICE PROFESSIONAL WHAT A GREAT WAY TO STAY CONNECTED -CONGRATULATIONS ON A GREAT IDEA -WISH YOU AND YOUR TEAM EVERY SUCESS

  4. Terry Seremetis says:

    Here at last!

    Great work guys…..great to get a heads up on what’s happening in the world of foodservice. I’m so bored about reading what’s happening with the supermarkets – who sell boxes and don’t care what’s in them!

    Your site is informative, interesting and well overdue. Congratulations……hey,you should think about having an employment section!!

 

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