By Chris Gowdy – Vice President at Riegel / Mt. Vernon Mills
In the words of Rodney Dangerfield, "I'm at the age where food has taken the place of sex in my life. In fact, I've just had a mirror put over my kitchen table."
For restaurateurs Chris and Jacquelyn Meyer, becoming one of the first businesses in Boulder, Colo., to divert more than 95% of potential waste into compost or recyclables is something they are extremely proud of.
America's favorite table linen manufacturer, Riegel Linens, will be exhibiting at The Clean Show in New Orleans June 20th to 23rd. The main attraction for attendees this year will be Riegel's Craft Collection and its Premier spun-polyester line, both featuring new colorGUARD™ technology that extends the lifecycle of the textile and ensures a color-rich product from the first wash to the last.
Aiken, S.C. — How important is tabletop presentation to the dining experience? For Travis Brust, executive chef at the Williamsburg Inn in Colonial Williamsburg, Va., table linen and napery is an ideal way to put a restaurant's best foot forward when showcasing its food-and-beverage offering and the venue's impeccable service.