Monthly Archives: March 2015

NJRHA Announces New Workers Compensation Member Benefit

The New Jersey Restaurant and Hospitality Association (NJRHA) is pleased to announce the selection of its newest Super Allied Member, True & Associates. The Westfield, New Jersey-based insurance agency brings some three decades of experience building customized solutions for some of the most complex and challenging industries. A New Member Benefit The Workers’ Compensation Safety… Read more »

NJRA Adds “Hospitality” to its Name & Association

In an effort to better serve the evolving needs of our members and to grow future membership, the New Jersey Restaurant Association (NJRA) announced recently that the organization will add the Hospitality industry to its membership and title. All printed material, logos and references to the nonprofit association will transition immediately to New Jersey Restaurant… Read more »

Passaic & Bergen County Students Win 2015 New Jersey Prostart Awards

TRENTON, New Jersey – Peruvian-inspired courses starting with a yucca, avocado, corn and lump crab tart and ending with a Peruvian chocolate cake with tropical salsa was the winning dishes Passiac County Technical Institute created to win the Culinary Division again of the 2015 New Jersey ProStart Competition. Meanwhile, Bergen County Academies wowed the judges… Read more »

Fresh Video: ProStart 2015

SUMMIT, NJ — Aspiring young chefs cooked up a storm while young future entrepreneurs presented business plan for the next new “hot” restaurant at the 2015 ProStart Competition in the Grand Summit Hotel. Winners advanced to the National ProStart Competition in Anaheim, CA. THE 2015 CULINARY 1st PLACE WINNERS: Passaic County Technical Institute THE 2015… Read more »

Six NJ Business Associations File Complaint to Invalidate Trenton Mandatory Paid Sick Leave Ordinance

The New Jersey Business & Industry Association, New Jersey State Chamber of Commerce, New Jersey Food Council, New Jersey Restaurant Association, New Jersey Retail Merchants Association and National Federation of Independent Businesses today filed a complaint to overturn the Trenton ordinance providing for mandatory paid sick leave. The ordinance was approved by Trenton voters in… Read more »