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Spotlight Foodservice: Nisqually Markets

November 12, 2018

From the moment you walk into Nisqually Market you see their dedication to providing quality products and innovative solutions to their customers.  Beyond their modern and eye-catching displays and the cleanliness of the location, they have a bustling Quick Service Restaurant business and a full coffee bar serving Watertown premium coffees.

The push for innovation goes beyond the displays and ensuring that their customers have everything that they need.  A few years ago they were using a standard four ounce breakfast burrito at the center of their breakfast program.  Alongside our Foodservice Developer Fritz Haberland, Deli Manager Jackie used key ingredients to put together a breakfast burrito that cut cost, increased margin and provided customers a full 12 ounce burrito for their morning commute.

Moving to making burritos themselves has helped them build this signature item, drive traffic through their store and differentiate themselves from other stores in the area.  Our Foodservice team works diligently with our customers every day to build solutions like the breakfast burrito at Nisqually Market.

Jackie says that the burritos are easy to make and are a key item in their hot case every day, becoming a staple alongside their coffee for the morning commute.

From the moment you walk into Nisqually Market you see their dedication to providing quality products and innovative solutions to their customers.  Beyond their modern and eye-catching displays and the cleanliness of the location, they have a bustling Quick Service Restaurant business and a full coffee bar serving Watertown premium coffees.

The push for innovation goes beyond the displays and ensuring that their customers have everything that they need.  A few years ago they were using a standard four ounce breakfast burrito at the center of their breakfast program.  Alongside our Foodservice Developer Fritz Haberland, Deli Manager Jackie used key ingredients to put together a breakfast burrito that cut cost, increased margin and provided customers a full 12 ounce burrito for their morning commute.

Over the course of a few years this burrito has become a staple at Nisqually Market with customers stopping in every morning to get them before they sell out.  Preparation is easy with all of the work done the night before.  Tortillas are spread with sausage gravy, topped with hashbrowns, eggs, cheese and bacon or ham.  They make 40 burritos which are wrapped, placed on baking sheets and stored overnight in the cooler.  The morning crew takes the burritos out and cooks them up, one tray at a time only using 15 minutes of their time to be set for the rush.

Moving to making burritos themselves has helped them build this signature item, drive traffic through their store and differentiate themselves from other stores in the area.  Our Foodservice team works diligently with our customers every day to build solutions like the breakfast burrito at Nisqually Market.

Jackie says that the burritos are easy to make and are a key item in their hot case every day, becoming a staple alongside their coffee for the morning commute.