MINNEAPOLIS – August 13, 2015 – Restaurant Technologies Inc. (RTI) is pleased to announce that its Total Oil Management Solution has been installed in all Flis Enterprises Inc. Burger King locations. High standards and consistency are synonymous with family-owned Flis Enterprises. Since 1979, Flis Enterprises’ 16 Burger King Restaurant franchise has built a successful brand on delicious food at a great value via fast and friendly service.
“Adding RTI’s oil management to our restaurants improved store cleanliness, product quality and employee safety. The RTI team provided professional support along the installation process while providing data to improve oil management. It is truly an added value to our organization,” said Dominic Flis, owner of Flis Enterprises.
MINNEAPOLIS – Feb. 11, 2013 – Employees are less likely to suffer from slips, falls, burns or strains at nineteen Burger Kings because Republic Foods found a better way to handle cooking oil in its franchise restaurants. Republic Foods installed an automated oil management system from Restaurant Technologies, Inc.®(RTI). Now, employees enjoy easily managing the restaurant oil – because it can be added, filtered and disposed of, even while hot, without ever needing to touch a drop.
“It’s our job to provide a safe work environment for our employees,” said Eric Oppenheim, Chief Operating Officer, Republic Foods, the largest Burger King franchisee in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. “Installing technology that makes our fried food more consistent and better tasting, and eliminates liability and risk due to oil mishaps is a win-win.”
Saving run time, of course, means less maintenance through the life of that fryer or broiler. And sensors can alert operators and managers before a piece of equipment fails to avoid costly outages or spoilage.
A Restaurant Technologies Inc. product takes the labor out of changing fryer oil. Kevin Schlutz, president of Central Iowa KFC Inc., is a fan of efficiency by way of automation. He’s recently upgraded to web-based thermostats and a new equipment-monitoring package. But it was an integrated oil-management system in the company’s 15 restaurants that gave him peace of mind.