CKE brand Hardee's & Carl's Jr. cooking oil management system for automating cooking oil delivery, filtration, used cooking oil disposal and recycling

As an approved vendor for Hardee’s and Carl’s Jr. restaurants, Restaurant Technologies understands quality is top of mind. Take care of your customers and your crews with Total Oil Management for fried food consistency and back-of-house safety and cleanliness. Click On-Site Survey for your free, no obligation restaurant consultation.

Quick Service Restaurants are where Restaurant Technologies started more than 20 years ago with our founding customer, McDonald’s. We understand that QSR is a pennies business, and we help most of the largest brands and their franchisees save pennies in all sorts of ways such as more effective oil filtration compliance leading to reduced oil costs, reduced Workers' Compensation claims from burns, slips and falls, reduced waste collection fees or reduced labor costs for changing out the oil.

At the same time, both quick serve and fast casual brands are built on consistently great tasting food at a great price. Restaurant Technologies helps deliver that consistently great tasting food from location to location - whether you are a franchisee of one location or seven hundred, or a brand franchisor looking to ensure consistent quality across your entire system.

For these reasons, some of the biggest names in the business, such as McDonald’s, Burger King, KFC, Shake Shack, Jack in the Box and many more, rely on Restaurant Technologies for safety, food quality and efficiency.

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Our employees love Restaurant Technologies. They appreciate the safety of the system and the cleanliness that the system delivers.
Greg Winans
VP, Operations, US Restaurants
Safety and efficiency are the greatest values that have been added to my restaurant, and the Restaurant Technologies staff has been extremely professional and their service is amazing. I’m definitely a happy customer.
Harsh Ghai
Franchisee, Burger King
Our old system was so messy, physically strenuous and even dangerous, that employees were cutting corners to avoid doing the work. Instead of filtering the oil, employees would add fresh oil to bad oil, overuse the oil and then dump and replace large quantities.
Tony De Salvo
Franchisee, Bar Louie
Our employees work with hot oil every day to prepare the KFC chicken our customers have come to love. We can’t afford to overuse or misuse shortening because it affects our dollars spent, kitchen safety and food flavors.
Kevin Schlutz
President Central Iowa KFC Inc.
The proof was in the data – the statistics from TOM made us create good habits. And now that we’ve created them, the entirety of managing frying oil – from buying and storing to filtering and cleaning – is very easy to manage.
Haley Bitterman
Corporate Executive Chef, Ralph Brennan Restaurant Group
When KBP Foods walks into a room of general managers and says we’re going to put Restaurant Technologies into their restaurants, we get a standing ovation. It’s that important and that impactful.
Matt Hansen
Chief Operating Officer, KBP Foods

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