Friday, February 7, 2020

Eatzi’s Success Timely Comfort Food

Success does leave clues and Eatzi’s grocerant niche Ready-2-Eat and Heat-N-Eat fresh prepared food is where Steven Johnson, Grocerant Guru® at Tacoma, WA based Foodservice Solutions® coined the term GROCERANT back in the day.
Eatzi’s Market & Bakery, ‘chef-crafted’ meals, and meal components is expanding its points of distribution to now include the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW). Opening an outlet at DFW is perfect way to edifying its brand messaging while building customer loyalty according to Johnson.
Eatzi’s CEO, Adam Romo stated “Expanding into the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport is a strategic way to introduce Eatzi’s high quality, customizable meals to a broader market without leaving our Texas roots,” … “Our chef-prepared meals can be enjoyed by travelers looking for a convenient, gourmet meal in between flights or those picking up food for their drive home. It is a perfect fit for our brand—offering travelers a variety of quality and quick meals.”
For any of you who have rushed to DFW to get your flight and then been ‘stuck’ at DFW in the summer due to thunderstorms or delayed during the winter to congestion, canceled flight doe to and weather around the country will understand just how comforting Eatzi’s mix & match comfort food will be.
It goes without saying that the entire staff of Foodservice Solutions® likes Eatzi’s, its meals, meal components, respects and thanks both Phil Romano, and Lane Cardwell for all of the lessons, insights, and tips on professionalism.   If success does leave clues and it does our tip of the day is keep learning form Eatzi’s.
Looking for success clues of your own? Foodservice Solutions® specializes in outsourced food marketing and business development ideations. We can help you identify, quantify and qualify additional food retail segment opportunities, technology, or a new menu product segment.  Foodservice Solutions® of Tacoma WA is the global leader in the Grocerant niche visit Johnson,  or

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