October 8, 2015
What to Expect from a Warranty
Warranties that come with new pieces of foodservice equipment cover a lot and can add value to a purchase. But in order to get the most value out of a warranty it is important to understand what they do and do not cover. A veteran service agent shares a few insights into this complex and important topic.
This Parts Supplier Goes Above and Beyond Foodservice
Minimizing equipment downtime is a high priority for all types of facilities. This foodservice parts supplier makes it easy to make repairs in the kitchen and beyond. From laundry service machines to plasma freezers to drive-through windows, operators can repair all types of equipment with a single parts supplier. Click here to find out more.
Service Tips: Fryers
Properly maintained fryers can serve foodservice operators well for extended periods of time. Here are five maintenance tips foodservice operators should implement to keep their fryers in action.
CFESA Recognizes the Contributions of Seven Foodservice Professionals
The Commercial Food Equipment Service Association recognized seven members of the foodservice industry for their dedication and passion for the industry.
Senior Living Foodservice Experiences a Renaissance
As senior living foodservice programs adapt to meet the needs of more discerning residents, a variety of equipment items help to expand and diversify menus. Learn how Maryland-based Integrace approaches today’s senior living market.
Cleaning and Maintenance Considerations for Serving Kiosks
Serving kiosks are subject to local health department requirements, but as in a traditional kitchen, operators should regularly clean and sanitize all equipment, components and materials. Here, Rick Sher, vice president of service at Day & Nite/All Service, based in New Hyde Park, N.Y., discusses seven kiosk cleaning and maintenance considerations.