Heart Health and Soybean Oil: What You Need to Know

In case you missed it, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently approved the claim that soybean oil, one of the more common oils used for frying, can reduce risk of coronary heart disease. This appr...

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Common sources of electrical fires and how to protect your business

When you think of potential fire sources in your restaurant, electrical is understandably low on the list. There are burners, fryers and griddles, after all, that spout live fire everyday and probably grab your...

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A guide to selecting the right cooking oil for your restaurant

Cooking oil may be the secret ingredient no one is talking about when it comes to fried food. It can mean the difference between a one-time visitor and a regular customer. You certainly want good taste, texture...

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The New and Improved Way to Perform Restaurant Hood Cleaning

Hood, flue and fan cleaning is required by National Fire Code (NFPA 96) to protect your kitchen and staff. Traditional hood and flue cleaners send in a cleaning crew on a quarterly or semi-annual schedule and s...

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10 Restaurant Safety Tips to Prevent Oil Injuries

Keeping Your Restaurant Accident-Free When Managing and Cooking With Frying Oil America’s love affair with fried foods has long been a catalyst for maintaining sound, back-of-the-house procedures. However, keep...

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Looking ahead: 12 key tasks for restaurant owners faced with downtime

If your restaurant is closed or at reduced capacity as a result of coronavirus concerns, you’re likely beyond worried. You may also be feeling far less productive than you’d like to be. Your best remedy may be ...

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FOOD VS. FUEL

Cooking Oil Tug of War: Food vs. Fuel

Why vegetable oil prices are on the rise, and what restaurant chains can do about it The cost of cooking oils are at multi-year highs, with The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) publishing ...

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5 trends that will impact the foodservice industry in 2019

The year 2019 has only just begun and just like any other year, success in the 2019 restaurant market will be determined — in part — by individual business’s ability to capitalize on the top trends. While each ...

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Restaurant Technologies is Not Only Surviving Covid-19 but Planning for Growth

This article was written by Dale Kurschner and originally appeared on Minnesota Perspectives on June 11, 2020. To view the original article visit https://mnperspectives.com/2020/06/11/rtis-not-only-surviving-co...

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5 ways to manage or reduce your unexpected expenses

In the foodservice industry the value of “more” can be very circumstantial. More customers and more sales are good things obviously, while more food waste is not. And yet many managers accept this scenario as a...

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