What Cheese Melt Should you Buy for a Restaurant?
When you’re buying food for your restaurant, you need to be thinking about whether that product is a commodity or speciality. When cooking with commodities, the difference between a cheaper and more expensive quality will be minimal in the taste of the final product. There is no need to spend money on the highest quality commodities when doing so makes no change to the final product.
A cheese melt is an example of a commodity, and one melt to the next will have very little impact on your final dish. Vendors will get cheese melts and package it differently for different prices, but as a restaurant owner, you should be hunting the lowest price, don’t fall for claims that higher quality will yield better results in your food.
For more on this, check out our blog about Why you Should Buy Commodity Pork