Vancouver, Canada, January 12, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- New ordering feature in the app Fillet for Chefs lets thousands of food businesses order from their suppliers without fax, voicemail, or clipboards.
It’s 2017, yet many small traditional suppliers still rely on fax, voicemail, and clipboards to record orders. The mobil e app Fillet for Chefs is disrupting this traditional industry by taking the kitchen into the mobile age. The app’s new ordering feature allows the user to enter their order, email the order to their supplier, and receive notification when the supplier confirms or declines the order. The supplier then receives the order by email, views order details in a web dashboard, and then confirms or declines the order.
Large traditional suppliers like SYSCO have technological advantages but with the growing food trend of sourcing local, many restaurants are looking for the variety and quality of products that small traditional suppliers are able to provide. “We believe in complete transparency and traceability in the food industry and think that this will become increasingly important moving forward,” says the founder Kirill Zdornyy.
Fillet for Chefs was developed in 2014 by founder Kirill Zdornyy, who has worked extensively in the food and nutrition industry. Currently the iOS and Android app is free. The web version that allows for desktop navigation and printing requires a monthly or annual subscription. Most of the user base is based in East Asia, with the United States being the second largest segment.
Fillet for Chefs takes the pain out of recipe costing, saves time spent on counting inventory, and prevents mistakes when ordering supplies. More than 3,000 restaurants, cafés, bakeries, caterers, confectioners, private chefs, culinary schools, breweries, and food trucks around the world use Fillet for Chefs.
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