The Wheel of Fortune

October 24, 2019

The Wheel of Fortune | Überbartools™

What Does Your Garnish Cost | Überbartools™
In the race to control costs, operators are increasingly turning to dehydrators to dry seasonal fruit to use for edible and decorative cocktail garnishes(wheels).
Buying bulk fruit in season when it’s cheap; to dehydrate for year round use saves money, right?
Costs Control Operators | Überbartools™
We’re curious to ask operators whether the entire chain from cost of fruit, to labour, processing and power costs makes the whole process financially viable.....or is the whole thing just a Wheel Of Fortune?
Please share your experience.

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