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Product Spotlight: Turbo Air M3 Series

Are you in the market for a new fridge or freezer? You should definitely consider the Turbo Air M3 Series. The Turbo Air M3 Series offers impressive durability and convenience—and I daresay beauty—at an equally attractive price point. But don’t let the price fool you! These units may be affordable but they are far from “cheap” […]

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San Jamar Food Allergen Kit

Protect Food Allergy Sufferers in Your Restaurant

There are more than 15 million people in the US with food allergies, and catering to this crowd could equal extra revenue for your restaurant. If your menu utilizes one of the eight common allergy ingredients (peanuts, tree nuts, fish, crustacean, eggs, milk, wheat, and soy), it’s time to learn how to protect your guests […]

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Gluten Free Toothpick

Gluten Free & Allergy Labeled: Toothpicks Help Mark Their Territory

Cross-contamination is one of the biggest risks when it comes to food safety and dietary needs that warrant strict cross-contamination rules, but with toothpicks that clearly mark what the food is, you’ll help keep your guests safe while increasing sales. Tablecraft offers specialty toothpicks that clearly label gluten-free products and allergy products, so that guests […]

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Cast Iron Pan

Who Uses Soap On Cast Iron?

In the residential kitchen, we’re all quite aware of the 3 forbidden rules when it comes to cast iron: Never, ever use soap! Never, ever soak it in water! Never, ever let water rest on it after being cleaned! Depending on who you talk to, and how big their love for cast iron is, there […]

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Detecto - RP30S - Square Rotating Ingredient Scale

Portion Control Has Never Been So Accurate

71% of adults in America are trying to eat healthier when they eat out. For a lot of these potential restaurant patrons, eating healthy is not just a choice, it’s a need. For your customers on health related diets, the best way to enforce healthier standards is to use portion control. Insuring the accurate amount […]

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Forequarters of Cow are Kosher

Preparing Your Restaurant’s Menu to Go Kosher

If your restaurant is in an area with a large Jewish community, it makes sense to ensure your menu has kosher options. Would it surprise you to know that kosher eaters in America are equal to the number of people with food allergies? The truth is that offering kosher food options on your menu is […]

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Pay Cash

The Cost of Cash Only

Sticking to a “cash only” system may seem like the simplest way to run your business and ensure consistent cash flow, but when you don’t offer customers the opportunity to use other forms of payment, including credit and debit cards, you miss significant opportunities to build your business. Here’s a look at the cost of […]

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