Glossary A

Glossary A

Ability to test new concepts without significant investment

The capability to experiment with new menu items, marketing strategies, and other business ideas without incurring substantial costs or risks.

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  • Accessible commercial-grade equipment

    High-quality kitchen equipment that is easily reachable and available for use in a commercial kitchen setting.

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  • Adaptability

    The capacity to modify strategies, processes, and operations in response to changing circumstances or new information.

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  • Adaptability to market changes

    The ability to adjust to shifts in consumer demand, competition, and other external factors in order to remain relevant and profitable.

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  • Advertising and promotion tactics

    Techniques for promoting a business or product, such as social media advertising or influencer marketing.

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  • Allergen-free choices

    Menu items that are free from common allergens such as nuts, dairy, and gluten.

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  • Analytics and data tracking tools

    Software and tools used to track and analyze business data.

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  • Asian cuisine featuring non-vegetarian ingredients such as shrimp, beef, or chicken

    Menu items featuring meat options in Asian-inspired dishes.

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