“We are extremely excited to attend the upcoming NRA Show to give operators a firsthand look at how to modernize their oil management process and leave behind the old-fashioned way that is costing them time and money,” said Jeff Kiesel, CEO of Restaurant Technologies. “Attendees will see how simple the process is just by flipping the switch.”
Back-of-house Trends Driving Discussions with Attendees
Restaurant Technologies’ subject matter experts and leadership team are scheduled to be available during the NRA Show to speak to back-of-house trends and hot buttons impacting how foodservice operators are managing their kitchens. Topics on tap are highlighted below:
- Millennials are redefining America’s appetite
With $1.7 trillion in spending power and 14.5 billion annual restaurant visits, millennials are a strong force. Restaurant Technologies is ready to talk about how millennials are impacting the foodservice operations’ need to create a dining experience for this group.
- Fast casual is reinventing the restaurant
Fast-causal establishments are growing in numbers and in sales. Restaurant Technologies plans to discuss the ingredients needed for a successful fast-casual formula, including open-kitchen concepts, better ingredients, meal customization and innovative technology.
- Worker demands are rising as the labor pool falls
Operators are faced with increasing worker demands and are challenged in keeping workers engaged. Restaurant Technologies has a proven track record in recruiting, hiring and training to attract and retain top talent with today’s shrinking labor pool.
2016 Kitchen Innovations Award, AutoMist Debuts at NRA
Also making its debut at NRA this year is Restaurant Technologies’ newest solution, AutoMist™, winner of the 2016 Kitchen Innovations Award. AutoMist is an automated hood, flue and fan cleaner designed to eliminate the hazardous buildup of grease in kitchens. It replaces manual cleaning services by automatically cleaning daily, greatly reducing the risk of fire. The system will be featured at booth #2440C, in the KI Pavilion in the center of South Hall.
“It is an exciting time within the foodservice industry when it comes to innovative technology. AutoMist demonstrates our commitment to moving the industry forward and continuously providing high-tech support for safer, smarter kitchens,” said Kiesel.
Hosted by the National Restaurant Association, the largest foodservice trade show brings together 40 segments of the industry and more than 63,000 professionals to touch on every aspect of the business, from new technology to cooking demos to education sessions.
Restaurant Technologies’ booth is #9133, next to the World Culinary Showcase within the Lakeside Center, which is down the Sky Bridge from the North and South Halls. To find out more about Restaurant Technologies, and its attendance at the NRA Show, please visit www.nrashow2016.com.