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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Restaurant Technologies is a true partner in ensuring our shortening management program is not only adhered to, but enhanced.
Tom Isaak
VP Operations, Burger King
After only three or four months, we knew the Restaurant Technologies system was the way to go, and we began rolling it out to all of our Burger Kings. The results were remarkable.
Steve Grossman
CFO, Strategic Restaurants

Chef / Bar Louie
“I made a decision to partner with Restaurant Technologies for several key reasons including Safety, Cleanliness and Simplification. This program has been very helpful to our team and has made the life of our restaurant general managers much easier. Retaining quality people is key for us and this program makes the employees happy. We have seen at least a 20 minute reduction in time spent handling oil by replacing a very manual process with an automated system. This allows us to reallocate resources to more customer facing tasks. This has been a great benefit to the Kedis team”
Clinton Lewis
Senior VP Operations- Kedis Enterprises – AKFCF Northeast Regional President
It’s a system that we think pays for itself over and over again. Bringing a system like this into a new market is a real win for our company and it’s a win obviously for the managers at the store.
Matt Hansen
Senior VP, Operations, KBP Foods
Going green is very important. Like Restaurant Technologies, being green falls within our four ‘screens’ – environmental, sustainable, functional and financial.
John De Carrier
Owner/Operator, McDonald's

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