Exciting developments being made by Allen Brothers Wholesale in their food service department. Food Service is exploding in the world of convenience store retail, and Allen Brothers has been and will remain to be in front of this wave. In the April sales flyer, you will notice a specialized “Food For All” section with specials relating solely to food service items. To find the best sale prices on your everyday convenience store needs, visit the Allen Brothers Hot Buys page at http://www.abdelivers.com/.
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All the talks going on in the offices at Allen Brothers about food service got me thinking about the ruler of the roller grill, the hot dog. Is it just me, or do grilled hot dogs taste way better than those dogs that are boiled? You may be wondering why, right? Well, as we get closer and closer to the Spring, the one device you’ll begin seeing more and more is the hot dog roller grill. Arguably one of the greatest convenience store contraptions ever developed, the roller grill brought convenience store owners into the world of food service with a bang. I don’t care who you are, there’s no question that a roller grill hot dog tastes better than a boiled one.
This is my tip for the Spring to any store owner in the Mid-Atlantic region: Grab yourself a roller grill if you don’t already have one. Baseball season is right around the corner, and nothing compliments a day at the ballpark like a dog in the bun. They can be a fantastic source of earnings for convenience store owners and help get your reputation as a food service retailer in your geographic footprint. Don’t let the opportunity slip by, send Allen Brothers an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how we can get you hooked up with hot dogs.
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