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Learn How to Properly Manage Your Restaurant Inventory

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Learn how to properly manage your restaurant inventory. The presentation will cover how to: conduct inventory counts, create a process for inventory control, investigate variances, and smart ordering.

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Learn How to Properly Manage Your Restaurant Inventory

  1. 1. Whatisinventorymanagement?
  2. 2. Whatisinventorymanagement? Inventorymanagementis theprocedureofcontrolling expensesandfoodwaste throughtheeffectual utilizationofon-hand inventorystock
  3. 3. conductinventorcount
  4. 4. conductinventorcount Themainpurposeistoestablis knowledgofhowmucfood, liquids,supplies,andother productsisavailableinyour stock.
  5. 5. conductinventorcount Inventorycountwillalsoletyou knowhowquicklyourinventory isbeingused,thushowmuch youwouldneedtoordereach week.
  6. 6. INVENTORY conduct howshouldI
  7. 7. CreateaProcessoinventorcontro
  8. 8. CreateaProcessoinventorcontro establishpoliciesonhow your restaurantoperationwouldtrack andcontrolinventory establishpoliciesonhow your restaurantoperationwouldtrack andcontrolinventory
  9. 9. CreateaProcessoinventorcontro forinventorcount Maksurt createandenforce aconsistentschedule
  10. 10. investigateVARIANCES
  11. 11. Therecanbeavarietyofreasons attributingtosignificantvariances. Gallonsofmilkexpired,achefburningabatchof peanuts,orjusttheft. Examineyourvariancessoyoucan pinpointwhatexactlyishappening inyourestaurant investigateVARIANCES
  12. 12. Usethe firs-i,firs-ou Method
  13. 13. Usethe firs-i,firs-ou Method Themethodissimple. Thefoodsuppliesyou receivefirstmustbe usedfirst.
  14. 14. Usethe firs-i,firs-ou Method Themethodissimple. Thefoodsuppliesyou receivefirstmustbe usedfirst. Preventspoilage andmaximizethe prep-to-shelflife
  15. 15. KEEP CALM TRACK WASTE AND
  16. 16. KEEP CALM TRACK WASTE AND AccordingtoEliseGolan, theUSDA’sdirectorof sustainability,approximately 30% ofthefoodsupplyatthe retailleveliswasted.In2010, shesaid133billionpoundsof foodwasteoccurred,whichisfoodwasteoccurred,whichis equivalentto$162billion.
  17. 17. KEEP CALM TRACK WASTE AND

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