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All Back Issues » May/June 2012

Supplier Notes
Noteworthy announcements from the hotel vendor community.
Manitowoc
Foodservice
Manitowoc Foodservice has been awarded a 2012 ENERGY STAR Sustained Excellence Award in recognition of its leadership in protecting the environment through energy efficiency. An ENERGY STAR partner since 2001, Manitowoc Foodservice is currently participating in seven ENERGY STAR categories including dishwashers, fryers, ice machines, refrigerators, freezers, steam cookers, griddles, and ovens. For more information, visit www.manitowocfsusa.com


Alto-Shaam Alto-Shaam has appointed Michael Aguirre to the new position of VP of sales and marketing, foodservice national accounts. “His foodservice background and extensive industry relationships continue to be an asset to our national account efforts,” says Steve Maahs, Alto- Shaam president and COO. For more information, visit www.alto-shaam.com


Amy Rosendahl has joined foodservice marketing agency deep as public relations manager. A Missouri State University graduate, Rosendahl has more than seven years of experience with PR communications, media relations, and social media. For more information, visit www.deepgroup.com


Otis Spunkmeyer Otis Spunkmeyer offers “Get a Jump Start on Breakfast,” a new operator guide that presents breakfast trends, identifies consumer purchase decision drivers, provides turnkey product and merchandising solutions to enable capture of an increased share of breakfast, and provides suggestions to maximize profit. For more information, visit www.spunkmeyer.com


Mity-Lite
John Dudash (left), Brandon Ross (right)
Mity-Lite announces the appointment of John Dudash as CEO and president, as well as the promotion of Brandon Ross to VP of sales. Dudash has more than 28 years of senior-level executive experience with a strong emphasis in driving market share, revenue, and profit growth. Ross has been with Mity-Lite for 15 years, most recently running the Global Accounts sales operation. For more information, visit www.mitylite.com


Scotsman unveiled three new ice machines at the Academy of Culinary Arts at Land O’ Lakes High School in Florida. The academy received a joint donation from Scotsman, United Refrigeration, and Bayshore Equipment of the three ice machines, including the corresponding bins and water filtration systems. For more information, visit www.scotsman-ice.com


Maywood Furniture Maywood Furniture celebrates Toni Ljekocevic’s 10-year anniversary with the company. As chief engineer, Ljekocevic’s responsibilities include product modifications and enhancements, most recently on Maywood’s C-Leg Modesty Panel Table, making it even lighter without sacrificing strength and durability. For more information, visit www.maywood.com


Each year, School Nutrition Association (SNA) helps with kids’ menu development by suggesting a theme, recipes, and promotional resources. The “School Lunch–Let’s Grow Healthy” campaign put a spotlight on locally sourced foods served in schools. SNA’s recent national survey revealed that nearly half of school districts offer locally sourced produce. For more information, visit www.schoolnutrition.org


Bunge North America’s margarine products are featured in the newly released film Margarine Wars. The movie premiered in Hollywood in March. Bunge’s food truck M.O.E. II served healthy dishes on the red carpet during the premiere. For more information, visit www.bungenorthamerica.com


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