Produce Order Sheet

Produce Order Sheet

The manager or kitchen manager will set up the produce sheet by entering under the (Par) columns what they think they will need to get through the next produce order.
Physically conduct a hands on inventory of the produce products and place that count under (inv).
Subtract the Par amount from the inv = Order.

The Produce order sheet (Par) amount can be adjusted by the manager or kitchen manager.
This will occur when you conduct your inventory and you discover the par amount is either too high or too low.
Adjust the Par amount until you feel comfortable that you will not order too much or too little.

Produce Order Sheet Example


produce order sheet

It is best not to have the produce order combined with your regular food order. The fresher the produce the better the quality. Place produce orders 3 or 4 times a week.
If you place a produce order at the same time you place your regular food order then you are taking a chance on your produce being inferior. Your regular truck order is normally placed 1 or 2 times a week. That much time is too long for your produce because of the shelf life of the product.

In other words, find a local produce company that will deliver 7 days a week. Also ask for references because they should be able to provide them to you.

Produce Order Sheet

produce order sheet
 

produce order sheet

Produce Order Sheet

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