Holding food-costs to $1.75

April 1998
FoodService Director;04/15/98, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p72
Trade Publication
Reports that supplier of computer-aided design automation software, Autodesk Incorporated in San Rafael in California expanded its menu and cut food-costs at Caliper Cafe. Amount of money in gross sales made in 1997; How Larry Arrington, general manager of contractor, A and G Enterprises, and Rick Gernetti, executive chef, maintain menu variety at all times; Average cost of lunch from the cafe. INSET: Vendor-reductions hold cost-line.


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