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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
We started with Restaurant Technologies last May, and it has really been a great experience for us. Everyone in our company loves it.
Kevin Schlutz
President Central Iowa KFC Inc.
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
Frying with smoky, black oil is a guarantee for substandard food quality. The TOM portal helps us ensure that employees follow best practices for a more efficient and more profitable business. It should be standard operating procedure in our industry.
Eric Oppenheim
Chief Operating Officer, Republic Foods
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.
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

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.