It’s been a busy and exciting first quarter of 2017 here at Bullfrog + Baum. We’ve added several new names to our client list, from made-in-Italy products that bring authentic flavors to the home chef, to a collection of unique Japanese ryokans – our already diverse roster continues to expand with several new stories to tell:
One doesn’t need to travel to Italy to savor its flavors. Botticelli Foods, including its “Product of Italy” flagship line, offers the highest quality ingredients and best in class products, including extra virgin olive oils, dry pastas, pasta sauces, vinegars, and various Italian antipastos.
PDQ (People Dedicated to Quality)
This fast-casual, high-quality chicken chain is serving up classic tenders, nuggets, salads, and sandwiches “just made, better.” Their food is crafted from scratch, never frozen, and farm-fresh at the 55 locations (and growing) across the country.
Hoshino Resorts manages a collection of quintessential, upscale resorts under their HOSHINOYA brand that offer intrepid travelers an authentic experience of Japanese culture. Located in Fuji, Karuizawa, Kyoto, Taketomi Island (Okinawa), Tokyo, and Bali, HOSHINOYA resorts feature pristine natural settings, elegant design, and world-class cuisine.
Farm to tray, fast-casual dining that offers crave-worthy American classics, all through a unique farm and purveyor partnership with Ronnybrook Farm Dairy and Dickson’s Farmstand Meats, amongst other. Their mission: to bring simple, real, delicious food to the masses. Their philosophies: support local farmers, maintain sustainable practices, and source responsibly.
The Johnson Studios at Cooper Carry
There is a dynamic relationship between the food we eat and the place where we eat it. The group of designers and architects at The Johnson Studio at Cooper Carry understands this and prides itself on delivering a forward-thinking, comprehensive design service, working closely with clients to create unique and extraordinary spaces. A Collection Of