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  • Best Practices for Oil Filtration Systems

    Filtering fryer oil does more than help cook food — it helps ensure the flavor and quality of fried menu items. Fryer oil filtration systems standardize filtration schedules and remove contaminants.

  • Service Tips: Ventless Fryers

    Ventless fryers are becoming increasingly popular in restaurants that don’t want to deal with the expense of a hood and are out to simplify operations. These units aren’t hassle-free, though. Here are some tips to keeping ventless fryers operating well.

  • A Guide to Commercial Fryers

    Foodservice operators can choose from a variety of fryer types and styles, from models geared for general use to multi-purpose and specialty units. Donut fryers offer a shallow cooking depth, while deep vat units can cook items like fries and chicken. Flat bottom fryers can accommodate floating products, like fish and seafood, while operators commonly use larger conveyor units for production line frying as in a doughnut shop. Operators can place their fryers in a battery configuration, where five or six fryers sit side by side, and employ a single, central filtration system.

  • Filling Fryers in the Fast Lane

    Rutter’sis a network of 68 convenience stores. Fifty-five of our locations feature made-to-order foodservice operations, while the remaining 13 locations use a more traditional c-store foodservice model, including menu items cooked on roller grills.

  • Service Tips: Fryers

    Burger stands, mom and pops, white tablecloths. While these types of operations have little in common, they all rely on fryers. Indeed, it’s odd to run into a restaurant that doesn’t use them. Here are three tips to keeping these units running well.

  • CFESA's Maintenance Tips for Fryers

    Found in practically every type of operation — from bars and burger joints to white-tablecloth restaurants — fryers are among the most ubiquitous types of foodservice equipment.

  • Chain's Fryer Solution Introduces Operational Efficiencies

    Eat'n Park's new fryer set up is safer, easier to maintain