We volunteer our expertise and services as a result of a natural disaster. Often times when we are able to act as a group and not just as individuals, we make more of an impact and the intended results of our actions have much more of a presence.
Farm-to-table (or farm-to-fork) refers to, in the food safety field, the stages of the production of food: harvesting, storage, processing, packaging, sales, and consumption. Farm-to-table also refers to producing food locally and delivering that food to consumers.
What first began as the conscious efforts of a handful of chefs and activists some sixty years ago has recently evolved into the current farm-to-table revolution emphasizing locally grown products. Each of these pioneers focused on a different area of the farm-to-table revolution.
These last two weeks have absolutely flown by. It seems like just yesterday when Thunder filled the sky with an awesome fireworks display. As a major supplier to the foodservice operators in our region, Dine Company gets it done for our clients this time of year…year after year after year.
Customer service makes the world go round. Try to think of a single situation where you or your client is not involved in some form of customer service. Even if your client is not standing in front of you, your client is still experiencing your customer service.
Our city is in the midst of preparing for one of the greatest sporting spectacles in the world: the 138th Running of The Kentucky Derby. In 1990, our city began kicking off the official Derby Celebration with the first Thunder over Louisville.