Foodservice Program Development Case Studies
b2b Solutions engages with clients to develop proprietary foodservice offers, incorporating all aspects of a successful design and execution.
Phase One of the foodservice program development is a review of the company’s market to determine the food offer that would best meet consumer needs. In addition, a thorough review of current capabilities, process and systems is undertaken.
Phase Two incorporates the full development of menu and recipes, along with identification of all integral supporting aspects of technology, equipment and customer communication.
Phase Three involves development of multiple human resource functions such as to labor scheduling, skills training, and follow up necessary to insure excellence of execution and customer satisfaction.
C-Store Jobber New Concept Store
b2b Solutions developed and implemented a proprietary foodservice program for a Midwest Jobber’s new concept location including all the elements needed for its successful launch.
C-Store Distributor New Prototype Store
b2b Solutions developed and implemented a proprietary foodservice program for a Midwest Jobber’s new prototype location. This location was to be the basis of all their new to the industry locations and provide foodservice elements that could be added to their existing network.
Convenience Store Chain
b2b Solutions executed a full development plan and launch for a chain’s new prototype store aspiring to attract foodservice consumers desiring a new, relevant, and most important, craveable, menu, with a fresh design.
Fresh Coffee Program Development
b2b Solutions works with chains to assist in the development of their fresh coffee offer. Projects typically include the integration of coffee presentation into new store design, equipment layout and planogram recommendations. The scope can also include coffee specifications, menu and supplier recommendations.