Maximize efficiency and safety in your Florida school nutrition program with walk-in refrigeration from Thermo-Kool and service from Eaton Marketing. And implement award-winning technology in the process.
In every foodservice operation, there is a list of required cleaning that should happen on a daily basis. However, something that rarely makes it onto these lists is cleaning the ice machines. From bad flavors to illness causing bacteria, ice can cause a myriad of problems.
One of the biggest challenges faced by school nutrition directors throughout Florida is the ability to increase student participation. By increasing participation, schools can create additional revenue, have a greater nutritional influence on students, and even keep students safer by encouraging them to stay on campus.
Seafood and summertime go together like peanut butter and jelly. In Florida, fresh seafood can be, and should be, found in every restaurant and grocery store. In order to ensure you are selling the best tasting and best looking seafood, though, you need to display it and chill it correctly.
Saving energy in a restaurant or foodservice operation can lead to greater profitability. In fact, according to ENERGY STAR, restaurants use from five to seven times more energy per square foot than all other types of commercial buildings.
Kitchen ventilation impacts so many parts of a Florida restaurant or foodservice operation. From staff comfort to energy savings, there are many reasons to consider demand control kitchen ventilation. But what does demand control ventilation, specifically Halton's M.A.R.V.E.L. technology, look like when compared directly with temperature-only systems?
Ice is not one size fits all. As things heat up in Florida this summer, you'll be churning out more and more iced beverages. But frozen beverages, iced coffee and tea, soft drinks, and cocktails all require different ice for different reasons.
Cafeterias are more than just places to eat. Whether it's a school lunchroom or a corporate cafeteria, the right setting can increase participation, keep students and employees on campus, and even increase sales. To make the most of your Florida cafeteria, there are a few design options to consider.
Keeping employees on campus can have many advantages. It encourages interaction. It helps create a company's culture. And it can even be a revenue stream. There's a reason companies like Google are putting major resources into their corporate cafeterias, both in terms of the food products they serve, as well as the designs in which those products are delivered.
Nothing has greater impact on operating costs and employee well being than commercial kitchen ventilation. And when you consider regulations and energy efficiency certificates like LEEDS and ASHRAE, there are even more reasons to consider advanced concepts like demand control kitchen ventilation.