Morton Food Service is dedicated to supporting our clients through difficult times and have made every effort to share up-to-date resources for independent restaurants across Ontario.
In just over a week, Ontario will see the minimum wage officially rise to $15 per hour as Bill 43, the Build Ontario Act (Budget Measures), 2021 was recently passed into law. This legislation is specific to provincial regulations, though the federal minimum wage was also recently set to increase.
While a segment of independent restaurant owners remain somewhat hesitant to host group gatherings, it’s important to not steer away from booking Christmas parties this holiday season.
There are plenty of reasons to visit the Old Marina Restaurant in Cambridge: the stunning waterfront views…
Supply chain issues and price increases continue to impact restaurant owners across southwestern Ontario. Here are some tips to help incorporate special features into your menu in order to better mitigate supply chain issues by taking pressure off products that have increased in price or are not readily available.
If you’ve done any type of construction during the pandemic, you’re well aware of the dramatic increase in the cost of lumber. But surely, none of us expected the same inflation and shortages to impact chicken wings…right?
There are several new and significant challenges ahead for independent restaurant owners. The weather is changing, which will impact the use of your outdoor dining space.
When done right, using social media is like having your very own publicist for your restaurant and brand.
Offering high quality, marketable menu items while keeping food costs under control is extremely important to the success of any restaurant.
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