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    Thumbs up Photos from the International Restaurant & Foodservice Show of New York

    Hey all, someone on behalf of the Small Business Forum attended the International Restaurant & Foodservice Show of New York at the Javits Center. We're going to post some photos from it and later write a little bit about what we learned there.

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    ZT Packaging
    Dana Weiss, VP of Sales
    Rego Park, NY





    AstroNova
    Alex Morotto, Sales
    Makes printers for food companies that do their own manufacturing.
    Rhode Island





    Uncommon Threads
    Paul LoPolito and Steve Lewis, Sales Account Representatives
    Makes clothing for chefs and other restaurant staff
    Chicago, IL





    Yocup Company
    Steven Deng, Account Manager
    Makes disposable cups, utensils and straws
    Los Angeles, CA







    Gourmet Foods International
    Left, Brian Marino, Territory Manager
    Atlanta, GA with an office in NJ.


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    Here's some more photos and commentary:

    Glac Seat Inc.
    Annie Claude, President
    Sells European-style restaurant chairs
    Connecticut

    “We started in 1970 and we charged a high amount because we had no competition here in the U.S. Now we do, so we’ve had to adjust.”





    PacknWood
    Melanie Gasior, East Coast Sales Manager
    Eco-friendly cups, cocktail sticks, skewers and more
    New York City





    Conway Imports Co.
    Patrick Greenawalt, District Sales Manager
    Salad dressing
    Chicago, IL

    “This is a very good show and we’ve been coming every year. Because it’s in New York, you get a lot of national and international people. I spoke to a buyer from the UK this morning.”





    Tractor Beverage Co.
    Luke Emery, CEO
    Makes organic, non-alcoholic beverages
    Idaho

    “Tractor was started by an organic farmer who said ‘Food has evolved [in restaurants,] but beverages have not.’”





    Giannis Chicken Burgers
    Robert Gutierez, Sales and Business Development Manager
    Makes traditional hamburger hamburger-style patties, but made of chicken
    Huntington Station, NY





    FoodArt Bakery
    Julius Moore, Sales Rep
    Bakery selling macarons and other pastries
    The Bronx, NY


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    Great photos and great presentation. It almost makes me feel like I was there. I am not sure if that is good or bad since it is making me hungry.

    I have done trade shows all over the place but am quite happy I don't do any in NYC.
    Ray Badger, Turbo Technologies, Inc.
    www.TurboTurf.com www.IceControlSprayers.com

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    Here's the first recap of a discussion that took place there:

    https://www.small-business-forum.net...nd-Regulations

    If you're in the restaurant business and/or in New York, it might interest you.

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    Very cool! I hope whoever went got their money's worth on the food there!

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    Some more photos from the International Restaurant & Foodservice Show of New York

    Everybody Eats, 100% Gluten-free bakery
    Pablo Arroba, co-founder
    Brooklyn, NY



    It's a Wrap
    UK



    Maxsun
    New York, NY



    Mini Taco Shells
    Hillsborough, NJ





    Shirataki - Japanese sake
    Hide Hashizume, US Rep
    White Plains, NY

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    A bit of small business advice learned from the show on our blog:

    Marketing Guru Marcus Guiliano Explains Homepage Marketing Strategies

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    Thank you for sharing. I can imagine that is a huge show.

    Back in the day (pre cell phones) they did not allow cameras in our trade shows, as companies were afraid of other companies stealing their ideas/designs. These days its impossible to regulate no cameras.

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