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6 Easy Ideas for Boosting Water Conservation in Your Restaurant

Water leaks and unwanted water use cost US restaurants over $1 billion dollars every year. That’s a lot of water and money down the drain. As sustainability becomes an increasingly important and prominent conversation, many operations are looking for ways to reduce their environmental impact. And water use is a critical part of that discussion.…

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Why choosing the right serving line is good business

While aesthetics and functionality are always top of mind when considering a new serving line solution, it’s important that operators also consider the business angle of this decision. In this article, we’ll look at modular serving lines and custom serving lines through the lens of how each option could affect an operator’s bottom line now…

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1 Product 4 Ways: Planchas Bring the Heat

Planchas, though convincing clones of their better-known sister product the griddle, quickly set themselves apart.

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Mixing it Up—What to Look for in a Countertop Mixer

The countertop mixer is the Swiss Army knife of the kitchen—small but mighty, with the power to perform various functions.

How To Go About Choosing a Pressure Fryer

With oil and labor prices on the rise, today’s pressure fryers offer an economical way to cook fried chicken and other comfort foods.

Tools of the Trade: Gain Efficiencies in the Kitchen With the Latest Crop of Smallwares

FER highlights new, assorted smallwares from Edlund, Vollrath, CDN, Taylor USA, Nemco and Emile Henry.

1 Product 4 Ways: Any Way You Chop It

Manual food choppers reduce food preparation time, making the transition to the serving stage quick and efficient.

How to Spec Portable Air Filtration Units

Incorporating portable air filtration units to cleanse indoor air of viral particles is recommended by organizations sharing current best practices.

Hands-free is here to stay. Here’s how restaurants can get ready

The early days of the pandemic and the concern that the coronavirus could be transmitted through physical contact made us scared to touch anything — from the groceries we bought to the door handles we reached for. And while our understanding of how the coronavirus is transmitted has changed since then, society at large has…

1 Product, 4 Ways: Induction

Makers continue to expand their offerings, from warmers to ranges; here are the latest to hit the market.

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