How Saucy Porka Adds More Revenue with Fooda Than Any Other 3rd Party Food Program
Saucy Porka features home-style cooking that blends the bold flavors and spices found in Puerto Rico, South East Asia, China, Japan and Korea. The Chicago restaurant concept grew out of a successful food truck, and now has two brick-and-mortar locations.
The quickly gained media attention. Saucy Porka has been featured by Eater, Chicago Tribune, and Guy Fieri’s Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. But even with that kind of national exposure, Chicago restaurants run into an annual challenge: Winter
Seasonality affects restaurants across the country. When temperatures drop, so does foot traffic, and then revenue. As the winter of 2017 approached, Saucy Porka’s owner, Amy Le, began looking for a way to add revenue. Fooda was the solution, and she’s been a partner ever since.