EspriGas, a technology-driven food and beverage gas company, announces today its partnership with First Watch, an award-winning Daytime Dining restaurant concept serving made-to-order breakfast, brunch and lunch. As the restaurant chain’s national beverage gas provider, EspriGas will facilitate the management and delivery of carbon dioxide and nitrogen gases.
First Watch chose EspriGas for its extensive history supporting food and beverage gas supply needs. The company’s reliable service, simplified ordering, and dedicated account support will help First Watch identify cost savings with the ability to expand operations. The restaurant chain sought a beverage gas supply partner who could improve operational efficiencies, strengthen supplier visibility, and provide nationwide coverage.
“EspriGas has proven to be a valuable partner to First Watch and has helped solve our CO2 issues by streamlining our CO2 program,” says Nathan Zimmer, Sr. Director of Facilities and Renovation at First Watch. “We are happy to have their efficiencies for our operators as well as the Home Office support staff.”
First Watch is an established restaurant chain with over 470 restaurants across 29 states. To further improve the chain’s position in the food and beverage industry, EspriGas signed on with First Watch in Q1 of 2023 as its premier beverage gas supplier.
“Our partnership with First Watch is further validation for EspriGas that the service we provide for the food and beverage industry is working and helping companies improve their overall operations,” says Beau Hoy, Beverage VP at EspriGas. “Working alongside one of the fastest-growing full-service restaurant chains is a great opportunity for our company. Acting as its strategic partner for beverage gas supply means identifying pain points and areas of opportunity to devise long-term solutions and strategies that will directly impact First Watch’s processes.”
Through technology integration and its extensive, reliable network of supply partners, EspriGas helps companies eliminate operational burdens and delays, save money, and deliver the gas they need when they need it.
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