What's Hot is Cool

Holaday, Susan
May 2011
FoodService Director;5/15/2011, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p34
Trade Publication
The article discusses a menu strategy in the foodservice industry which involves cold soups served during summer. Chef Eric Schneider at New Jersey-based Pfizer has created a Grand Marnier ginger cantaloupe soup. Indiana University Health food and nutrition services director Randy Sparrow believes that customers become fans of cold soups once they get acquainted with the dish. Cyndi Gloodt of Sodexo at the Northern Trust Bank in Chicago, Illinois notes that offering cold soups in self-service settings poses challenges.


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