This Week in Foodservice

Jerry Stiegler

Jerry Stiegler

This Week in Foodservice provides a high-level summary of the economic data, financial news, menu updates and numerous other statistical packages and developments that impact foodservice operators, consultants, dealers, manufacturers, reps and service agents. In his weekly blog, Jerry Stiegler aggregates key industry data through his infamous Green Sheet and provides some brief analysis that will help foodservice professionals navigate the sea of information. Jerry is a long-time member of the foodservice industry, whose experience includes working for Restaurants & Institutions magazine and FE&S.

Illinois to Require Food Handler Training, Seattle's Minimum Wage Concerns and More

This week we report some very good news from the National Restaurant Association, look at a first quarter that was even worse than first feared for the U.S. economy, discuss how Illinois will require training of all food handlers, examine the impact of a $15 an hour minimum wage on Seattle businesses and a whole lot more.

Activist Stockholders, Jobs Reports, Minimum Wage Opinions, and Much More

This week we report on the board room wars, provide a host of reports on the U.S. labor situation, share one view the affect of a $15 an hour minimum wage will have on restaurants, look at the effects the nasty winter had on foodservice and a whole lot more.

Uneven Economic and Business News Continues to Impact Foodservice

Lots to cover this week, including good news about April employment but some disappointing news about the economy. We also look at Sysco’s performance, comparable sales reports from 14 chains and a whole lot more.