April 12, 2016
Help the Supply Chain Help Customers Through Better Communication
Members of the supply chain begin working closer together to stave off service-related issues to ensure that the equipment foodservice operators purchase lives up to its brand promise.
Hard Water: The Hidden Kitchen Menace
Water is a critical component to every commercial kitchen operation, but it can also be a major hazard to the efficiency of your equipment and even a hindrance to food safety. Water filtration is not a one-size-fits-all business; but with guidance from experts, you can choose a solution to fit your unique needs. Click here to learn more.
Service Tips: Conveyor-style Warewashers
Often used by institutional feeders, conveyor washers allow operators to efficiently clean large amounts of dishes over long periods of time. Read more for a few tips to help keep a conveyor-style warewasher running properly.
Product Knowledge Guide: Induction Ranges
Induction cooking is a cleaner and more sustainable way of cooking compared with using traditional gas or infrared electric burners. Operating at between 85 percent and 95 percent efficiency, depending on the unit, induction continues to be among the most energy-efficient heat sources available. Foodservice operators use these fast-heating appliances to prepare or hold food.
What to Consider When Specifying Conveyor Toasters
Joshua Labrecque, assistant project manager for Colburn & Guyette, Rockland, Mass., discusses the consideration foodservice operators should
weigh when purchasing a conveyor toaster.
2016 Top Achiever — Service Agent: Steve and Jeff Sliter
Brothers Steve and Jeff Sliter, president and vice president, respectively, of Cincinnati-based Commercial Parts and Service (CPS), are co-winners of Foodservice Equipment & Supplies' 2016 Top Achiever — Service Agent Award.