How Operators Across the Country are using Disposables

How Operators Across the Country are using Disposables

Food & Drink

How Operators Across the Country are using Disposables


Here is how Operators across the country are using various disposable products.

Ham’s Restaurant, Chapel Hill, NC
This casual dining sports bar concept, known for its homemade potato chips and ranch dip combo, relies on the heat retention and holding qualities of Monogram® brand takeout packaging such as 6-oz. squat cups and foam hinged lid containers to hold sides and entrees. Large beverage cups and handy to-go bags round out the must-haves for takeout orders.

Rosie O’Grady’s, Chesterfield, MI
This Rosie’s unit in Chesterfield is a sister-operation to the featured operation in Ferndale. In Chesterfield, they rely heavily on the 1-compartment hinged-lid container with black base, accompanied by Monogram hunter green dinner napkins. It’s easy to get orders ready using dry wax paper wrap and wax paper flat packs.

The Mediterranean Deli, Chapel Hill, NC
The deli’s menu focus is on Middle Eastern and Greek specialties, including a variety of kebobs served on skewers made from sustainable bamboo.

TaMolly’s Mexican Restaurant, Texarkana, TX
This Tex-Mex concept with units from Abilene, TX to Paragould, AR relies on Monogram takeout packaging – such as the foam food container with hinged lid. To keep specialties like Crispy Puffed Tacos and TaMolly’s Tamale Dinner in muy bueno condition they use various take out packaging products.

East Side Mario’s, Livonia, MI and Rochester, MI
At East Side Mario’s the food and the hospitality go hand in hand, whether you’re dining in or taking out. That’s why they rely on Monogram quilted foil wrap to keep everything from Godfather Burgers to Nonna’s Classic Meatball Sandwich hot and juicy. And they have plenty of white dinner napkins on hand to avoid any marinara mishaps.


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