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Restaurant Technologies to Showcase its Innovative Kitchen Solutions at the National Restaurant Association Show  

Mendota Heights, Minn., (May 16, 2024) – Restaurant Technologies will showcase its industry leading automated kitchen solutions in booth 7445 at the 2024 National Restaurant Association (NRA) Show taking place from Saturday, May 18 to Tuesday, May 21 in Chicago. Restaurant Technologies will give attendees an opportunity to view and demo its products that help “Control the Kitchen Chaos” with a safer, more efficient commercial kitchen.

The Total Oil Management Solution is an end-to-end automated cooking oil management system that delivers, monitors, filters, and recycles cooking oil. The solution eliminates one of the most dangerous, time-consuming, and difficult tasks for foodservice operators, creating a safer, smarter, and more efficient kitchen. AutoMist® automates hood & flue cleaning to prevent grease buildup, help reduce the risk of fire, and eliminates the need for regularly scheduled hood cleanings.

Visitors at booth 7445 in McCormick Place Convention Center can view the solutions on display firsthand, and also experience the solutions through an interactive virtual reality program that will transport them into a commercial kitchen with Restaurant Technologies’ solutions.

“This will be the first year that we’re able to directly transport booth visitors into a commercial kitchen through our virtual reality headset,” said Ryan Bowlds, Senior Director of Product Innovation and Marketing. “Prospective customers will be able to experience the difference our solutions make and help create a safer and more efficient commercial kitchen for foodservice operators.”

Restaurant Technologies boasts a diverse portfolio of 40,000 customers that include restaurants, hotels/resorts, grocery stores, convenience stores, colleges/universities, casinos, golf clubs and other leaders in the foodservice industry. As more food service businesses focus on sustainability, Restaurant Technologies continues to support its customers nationwide in reaching their Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) goals to create a cleaner, more livable planet.

Restaurant Technologies recycles 100% of the used cooking oil it collects and, with the help of renewable energy partners, converts it into renewable diesel or biodiesel. The company recently announced it broke its own sustainability record by recycling and converting more than 314 million pounds of used cooking oil in 2023. This broke its previous record set in 2022 by 25 million pounds.

About Restaurant Technologies

Restaurant Technologies is the leading provider of commercial kitchen solutions for nearly 40,000 customers nationwide. Since 1999, its Total Oil Management and AutoMist® solutions help “Control the Kitchen Chaos” for quick-service and full-service restaurant chains, independent restaurants, grocery stores, hotels, resorts, casinos, hospitals, and more. By automating the hardest tasks in the kitchen, Restaurant Technologies improves food quality, safety, and efficiency for its customers.  

Total Oil Management eliminates the manual handling of cooking oil through an automated solution that delivers, stores, filters, monitors, and removes oil. Restaurant Technologies also works with renewable energy partners to recycle used cooking oil into renewable fuels for a more sustainable business. AutoMist automates hood and flue cleaning to reduce fire risk and create a cleaner, safer work environment.       

Headquartered in Mendota Heights, Minnesota, Restaurant Technologies is privately held and operates 41 depots nationwide with more than 1,500 employees.      

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