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We’ve been using the Restaurant Technologies system for the last 5 years. We currently have it installed in all 172 of our restaurants. It’s one of the best systems I’ve ever seen for managing oil. There’s so many wins to this system.
Matt Hansen
Chief Operating Officer, KBP Foods
We’re saving time because we don’t have to drag shuttles around. But cleanliness has also improved; our floors stay cleaner and safer, the back dock is cleaner without the grease bin, and the equipment itself is cleaner.
Jeff Lingel
Area Manager, Apple American Group
Compliance for filtration went from 43 percent to 95 percent and we have sustained a 21 percent reduction in oil usage for the past three years.
Rick Borchers
DavCo Restaurant
Restaurant Technologies has definitely contributed to our success in helping us maintain a return on investment on the equipment and on the monitoring, and they’re part of the extended team.
David Ostrowe
President, O&M Restaurant Group
The ease of the Restaurant Technologies system means our shortening is cleaner, resulting in a better tasting product that our customers can rely on.
Ken Donahue
Burger King franchise owner
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

Go Green, Save Green: How to make your kitchen more sustainable

Reduce your kitchen’s environmental footprint and decrease costs.

Whether you replace all your equipment with ENERGY STAR® qualified appliances tomorrow or start by actively recycling waste today, any effort you make to reduce your back-of-house environmental impact makes a difference.

Kitchen Safety 101: How to prevent costly restaurant injuries

Whether you manage a QSR or casual dining establishment, these are the most common types of injuries that occur in restaurants:

Understanding the impact these injuries could have on your business and knowing how to prevent them can help make your restaurant a safer place for your employees to come to work.

Does your Kitchen Need an Oil Change? Choosing the Right Cooking Oil

A guide to selecting the right cooking oil

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 and appearance, but there are also other considerations for choosing oil.