Value Chain

General Information : Food Service



Canadian Food Service Industry Guide, Section 1: Scope and Scale
This section is about the food service industry in Canada.
http://www.saskvaluechain.ca/pdf/Foodservice%20Section%201.pdf


Food Service Guide Section 2; Industry Trends and Key Drivers
This section goes into the key trends and drivers of the food service industry in Canada.
http://www.saskvaluechain.ca/pdf/Foodservice%20Section%202.pdf


Food Service Guide Section 3: Understanding the Food Service Operator
Chain and independently owned restaurants have different operating structures. Further, every operation will have its own specific structure; however, there are typically general approaches to this structure which we will examine in this section.
http://www.saskvaluechain.ca/pdf/Foodservice%20Section%203.pdf


Food Service Guide Section 4: Understanding the Food Service Distributor
In the foodservice industry, the distributor is a key link in the supply chain. Distributors are vital to all but a few large foodservice chains which have sufficient scale to operate their own distribution systems.
http://www.saskvaluechain.ca/pdf/Foodservice%20Section%204.pdf


Food Service Guide Section 5: Selling to the Food Service Industry
In this section, we will explore selling options and approaches in the Canadian foodservice industry.
http://www.saskvaluechain.ca/pdf/Foodservice%20Section%205.pdf

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