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At Stouffer’s, real food means real, authentic farm-select ingredients. Ingredients like freshly-made pasta and real cheese crafted into customer favorites by chefs in a kitchen like yours, only bigger. Where freshness and nutrition is preserved by freezing, not preservatives, and choices include vegetarian, gluten-free and whole-grain. Explore the easy-to-serve possibilities with simple, consistent scratch-made taste you can be proud to call your own.

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Offering diners’ favorite comfort foods even in uncertain circumstances

Comfort foods such as macaroni and cheese, chicken pot pie and lasagna offer diners of all ages a familiar meal they can rely on for lunch or dinner, and for operators, they represent a sure win on menus.

Operations

4 ways to tackle staff feeding challenges

Offering higher-quality foodservice choices goes far beyond being simply a recruiting and retention tool.

By highlighting these dishes’ plant-forward recipes, consumers may take second notice of them—without operators having to develop completely new dishes.

Offering plant-based menu items doesn’t need to come with added labor or cost.

Tweaking favorite dishes to include healthful produce additions is an effective way to boost their nutritional value. Mixing up the menu is also a way to provide a change of pace for guests.

Here are some suggestions to bring new life to traditional favorites.

As global condiments and cuisines from all around the world proliferate on restaurants menus, offering classic dishes, like fried chicken, meatloaf, mashed potatoes and macaroni and cheese might seem irrelevant—or at least a lower priority.

College and university students who are juggling classes, friends and often jobs epitomize the grab-and-go consumer. Their schedules can be haphazard and unpredictable. Their meals, likewise, need to ...

Consumers are looking for more flexibility and customization in their dining options, no matter where they’re eating.

By menuing delicious dishes that feature familiar flavors, operators stand to capture a big portion of diners’ dollars.

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