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3 Nutritional Benefits You Get From Milled Corn

Corn is one of the ubiquitous parts of the local diet. Households use it for salads, main and side dishes, and snacks. One of the common ways to use corn is by grinding it into a fine powder. You can buy cornmeal from suppliers and distributors and use it in a wide array of cooking recipes. Besides cornbread, you get other recipes like pancakes, coating for crunchy foods, crackers, and exotic meals like polenta. Read More 

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Food Service 101: Getting Started In The Industry

After a brief introduction to food service when I was a teenager, I developed a real interest in the food service industry. I spent years researching the sourcing, supply, and service cycle to better understand where food comes from and how it's handled. I learned a lot about proper food handling, storage, and shipping as well as a lot of tips for successful service. If you've ever thought about getting into the food service industry but didn't know where to start, this site can help you with how to source your food supplies. I hope the information here empowers you to tackle your next journey.

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