1 Product 4 Ways: The New Fast-Cook Ovens

Hurried lifestyles demand quick food, and fast-cook ovens make it happen. Operations ranging from convenience stores to coffee shops and delis to restaurants find these units can produce made-to-order menu items expeditiously and easily. Also called accelerated, high-speed or rapid-cook ovens, they take cook times for food from three to four minutes in a high-speed conveyor unit down to one to one-and-a-half minutes. Fast-cook ovens use similar heating technologies and virtually all come ventless. (Look for the UL seal.) We collected some of the more recent models on the market today.

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