July 24, 2014
Preventing Fires through Service and Cleanliness
Proper servicing of foodservice equipment is an often-overlooked aspect of restaurant fire prevention. In this article, a veteran service agent explores some key cooking equipment-related areas foodservice operators should address to reduce the likelihood of a fire.
Service Tips: Walk-in Refrigeration
Here are five tips to extend the service life of a walk-in cooler and freezer.
See why every part’s a hero at Heritage
When you call Heritage, you can count on your dedicated parts specialist to deliver the right part, at the right time, every time. Today that promise continues, with a new look and renewed commitment to provide Genuine OEM parts with personal service and technical innovation. Click here to see the Heritage difference at work.
Scholarships Available to The NAFEM Show
Foodservice professionals interested in attending The NAFEM Show, which takes place Feb. 19-21, 2015, in Anaheim, may be eligible for a partial scholarship.
Remembering Keith Johnson
Keith Johnson of Jackson Service Co., a Michigan-based service agency and CFESA member company, passed away on July 6. He was 85 years old.
Consider This: Maintenance Services for Restaurants
Jeff Dover, a longtime member of the restaurant industry and now facilities resource manager for RFMA, explores the four areas restaurant operators need to address when it comes to maintenance services.