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    Foodservice Accounting and How to Measure Success

    Tools and technologies are only as good as the managers using them.

    There are important ways to measure foodservice success in convenience stores, and there are numerous tools and technologies available that can make it easier. However, these tools – including scanning, cost accounting systems, and foodservice management and reporting systems – are only as good as the managers using them.

    The tools yield data, but a knowledgeable manager will be able to look at the data and extract valuable information such as determining the source of the problems and potential ways to remedy them, according to industry experts.

    Foodservice 101: The Basics

    Foodservice 201: Intermediate Insights

    Foodservice 301: Advanced Approaches

    Convenience Store News' How To Do World-Class Foodservice report is researched and written by Maureen Azzato, a freelance content developer and editor with more than 20 years of business publishing experience, with a primary focus on foodservice and retailing. Previously she was the founding publisher and editorial director of On-the-Go Foodservice, a publication for cross-channel retail foodservice executives, and publisher and editorial director of CSNews, where she worked for 17 years.

    Our How To Crew


    Jack W. Cushman,
    Nice N Easy
    Grocery Shoppes
    Dean Dirks,
    b2b Solutions

    Eric Giandelone,
    Mintel Foodservice
    Burke Hodge,
    The Coffee Consultants

    Kane Kulas,
    CSM Bakery Products
    Michael Lawshe,
    Paragon Solutions

    Larry Miller,
    Miller Management
    & Consulting Services
    Maurice Minno,
    MPM Group

    Paul Pierce,
    7-Eleven Inc.
    (formerly)
    Tim Powell,
    Technomic

    Chad Prast,
    VPS Convenience
    Store Group
    Bonnie Riggs,
    The NPD Group

    Jennifer Vespole,
    Quick Chek Corp.
    Jerry Weiner,
    Rutter's Farm Stores

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