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We also needed to find a procurement specialist who knew the ins and outs of vendor relationships and who knew how to get the vendors to understand what we were trying to do. We needed just in time fresh food product. We did not want to take in large quantities of food and have it sit for one extra minute of time as that would lessen the quality of our food. So we basically had to bend our vendorâs mindset into understanding that we were doing something special and that it would require a little more dedication on their part then they were use to providing the average restaurant operation. Once we got a melding of minds on our philosophy the vendors found out that the extra effort on their part would pay off in steady business that continues to grow on a daily basis. They knew that our success would result in the opening of more restaurants and that we could all enjoy the fruits of our labor together.
Today we enjoy a great relationship with our vendors and in turn we get the best quality food at really good pricing. For us this is key because now we can pass that great relationship to our customers in the form of great food at a fair price making us the Sonoma chicken catering menu [http://www.sonomachickencoopalmaden.com/content.asp?id=4] best restaurant in San Jose.