What Is RBG?

RBG is a group purchasing organization (GPO) of over 300 independent operators including restaurants, cafes, pizzerias, schools, golf courses, senior living facilities, mobile food trucks and bakeries throughout the West that gives independent businesses the buying power of large chains. We work with food distributors and manufacturers creating programs to offer savings on products such as beef, poultry, pork, seafood, produce, paper, potatoes, fries, breaded and unbreaded products and so much more. 

As time has passed, the need for group purchasing organizations, also known as GPO’s, has greatly increased. As a member of Restaurant Buying Group you benefit from group purchasing without losing your independence of being a different operator. You can still create your favorite dishes the way you like, but also enjoy the benefits of purchasing power.

In addition to food and beverage, we also offer other services which include: assistance with creation of order guides, tools for tracking inventory, formulas on food cost breakdowns and menu plans. Your RBG partner will even analyze your invoices on a regular basis so there are no surprises. Lastly, we have partnered with other vendors outside of food in order locate more services and savings to you.

There are NO long-term obligations or contracts. You can leave with a 30-day notice at any time.

We are confident that once you join our group you will stay for a very long time as many of our other members have!

 

What Our Members Are Saying

RBG saves my restaurant thousands of dollars a month and tens of thousands a year. Being a part of the group is one of the best business decisions that I’ve made!

~John Lerseth, Owner (Eggie’s RestaurantSacramento, CA)

This group saved my business. RBG helped me get caught up with my vendors and laid out a plan to get me in the black. Costs are lower across & I’m keeping more of what I make!

~Todd Barnes, Owner (Cornucopia, Gold City Grill, Cozy Diner Red Bluff, Blueberry Twist)

RBG Latest News

Food Safety

The 2017 FDA Food Code was Updated

According to a blog post from ServSafe, the 2017 FDA Food Code was changed. There are new requirements for “food establishments to have written procedures in place when there event that involves discharge of vomitus or fecal matter onto surfaces in a food establishment, which can be a significant public health issue.” Read more about…

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Planting Season

Planting Season Slows due to Wet Winter

With one of our wettest winters in history, crop planting has taken a drastic toll. Planting season has slowed which has put many farms behind. This is something we should all watch and be knowledgeable about. When grain increases, so does feed to other farms. and the trickle-down effect takes place. We will continue to…

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