New Comparison Shop Revolutionizes the Food and Beverages Buying Industry
06/11/2012

Increase in food options for restaurants, has meant exhaustive hours and paperwork for restaurant owners. The results have meant greater expense to the consumer.
But at last there is a system that places all those vendors in one location, to click and compare in one place.

Online PR News – 11-June-2012 – New York/NY – New Comparison Shop Revolutionizes the Food and Beverages Buying Industry
The increase in food options for restaurants, has meant exhaustive hours and paperwork for restaurant owners as they sifted through the various vendors and distributors in the constantly changing gustatory landscape. The results of having to spend so much time on so many details have meant greater expense to the consumer.
But at last there is a streamlined system that places all those vendors in one centralized online location, for a restaurateur or market owner to click, compare and confirm in one easy place. Dine Market’s new purchasing portal dinemarket.com revolutionizes the food and beverage buying industry by saving the buyers time and money…savings to be passed on to the consumers in a still-challenging economy.
Now, fortunately, there is a direct correlation between a chef’s ordering requests and the invoice that the accounting department receives. Better efficiency within each restaurant may mean even better food for discriminating New Yorkers.
Dine Market’s free service customizes each restaurant web page with specific preferences so that they can stay on top of expenses and compare all their vendors’ products and prices in real time. New York-based clients are already saving millions of dollars on their purchasing, which translate to new jobs in the fastest-growing food industry in the United States—the Big Apple.
From the tech perspective, New York City is aggressively moving forward in becoming a major hub for tech start-ups to surpass Silicon Valley in its glory days. New start-ups like Dine Market, firmly entrenched in the New York tech and food scene, and spurring on that tech boom and cementing that reputation as a maverick town.