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New restaurant equipment and back-of-the-house technology
Operations

Refrigerators: Cool It

A refrigerator is one of the biggest investments you’ll make. With energy costs so high, it’s important to look beyond a refrigeration unit’s desirable...

Operations

Employee Safety Tools

The proactive approach. Enforcing proper food safety procedures is crucial to the well-being of your customers; however, keeping employees safe in the workplace is equally essential.

Chefs become passionate about knives because there’s no kitchen tool that’s more important to them. We asked a group of experts to weigh in on the key buying points.

Several equipment companies have revisited holding technology and design. Improvements and upgrades are turning out hot foods that are pretty close to fresh-cooked.

Whether it’s simply moving lunch to an outdoor location or offering a full off-premises banquet and catering service, there’s money to be made offsite. But preparing and holding food often requires specialized equipment.

The Starbucks revolution has permanently changed the face of coffee consumption. Coffee drinkers expect high-quality brews everywhere they go, and restaurants have taken this as a cue to improve their offerings. Manufacturers are obliging, developing equipment innovations to keep pace.

A fryer represents a major investment for any foodservice operation. But with the huge variety of sizes, features and options available, choosing the right one can be daunting. Here are the questions to ask before you buy.

Looking at the most recent crop of new products, one thing seems clear: It’s no longer just about adding bells and whistles.

Enforcing proper food safety procedures is crucial to the wellbeing of your customers; however, keeping employees safe in the workplace is equally essential. A variety of new products can help make the restaurant environment a little safer. We zero in on a few of them.

The Starbucks revolution has permanently changed the face of coffee consumption. Coffee drinkers expect high-quality brews everywhere they go, and restaurants have taken this as a cue to improve their offerings.

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