It's That Time Again...
...for fun, great food and new products and solutions at the New York International Restaurant Show, Sunday, March 3 through Tuesday, March 5, 2013. To attend, please visit the New York International Restaurant Show to register. See you there!
Prevent with Purell
With unprecedented numbers of cases, coupled with a major shortage of vaccinations, the flu has taken New York by storm!
Borax Paper has a simple solution: Purell. With a complete line of sanitizers that kill 99.99% of germs, Purell puts prevention in the palm of your hand. Read more on the outbreak and how Purell can keep you, your customers and your staff safe.
Clorox Professional at Borax Paper
In our ongoing "Making the Grade" series, Borax Paper continues its commitment to safety by introducing several new lines from a name we've all grown up with...Clorox!
Visit our Vendor of the Month page and download this month's Solutions featuring these great product lines and click on the link to your left for more in-depth information on how Clorox can help not only your facility's environment, but its bottom line!
New Solutions at Borax Paper!
Borax Paper is now a member of Strategic Market Alliance, SMA-Strategic Market Alliance. This collaboration will give Borax Paper the added "back up" to bring you solutions to your toughest challenges.
Enjoy without Worry!
Take the worry out of packaging your favorite salads, snacks and treats with Borax Paper's tamper-evident/tamper-resistant product offerings from our top manufacturers: Inline, Sabert, Plastic Packaging, IPL and Wilkinson Industries. Download a copy of "Enjoy without Worry," our newest publication, for details on each of these popular lines.
Does your restaurant make the grade?
Borax Paper is on a mission to help make every restaurant in the City a "grade A." Download Borax Paper's latest publication, "What Every Kitchen Needs," featuring product ideas to help you earn that coveted "A."
New York Restaurant Association Fights for Fair Letter Grading System!
While the NYSRA has managed to work with the NYC Dept. of Health and Mental Hygiene to revamp the long-standing Letter Grade System, used as a "report card" of a restaurant's cleanliness, some issues have been raised as to its fairness and accuracy in reflecting the sanitary conditions of NYC's eateries.
The NYSRA is rallying support from restauranteurs throughout the City in order to have the newly-passed grading system corrected to more accurately reflect sanitary conditions.
If you'd like to review the issues as well as learn how you express your concerns about this grading system, please download and review the press release/donation form issued by the New York State Restaurant Association.