Introducing The Main Course with Barbara Castiglia

MarketScale’s food and beverage publication just got even tastier with The Main Course, a podcast that will explore in great depth the intense and competitive modern restaurant industry.

Food is truly serious business. Now, on The Main Course, host Barbara Castiglia will invite insiders on the front lines of food to share their insights, strategies, forecasts and thought leadership on navigating the ever-changing restaurant industry.

Castiglia is the Executive Editor of Modern Restaurant Management, a “go-to resource for on-the-go restaurant industry professionals.” She will bring a high level of insight and expertise on “the business of eating” to The Main Course. On each episode she will be joined by professionals from across restaurant world.

The first episode will be ready to brew on Tuesday, August 18th, and will dip into the coffee industry with Scotty P’s Big Mug Coffee – a business open for franchise opportunities and offering pandemic recovery incentives for aspiring entrepreneurs.

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