How does a food service or restaurant operator determine the type of Bulk Food Container to buy? Here are some considerations to think about. When receiving food product, the food service operator should have an idea as to how to store the food in a way that should eliminate steps and that does not cause cross contamination.
We enjoy the relationship that we share with our customers and we work hard to uphold a high standard of customer service. Recently, a customer ordered a product from us and it was damage during shipping. Our customer service representative, Amy, helped the customer receive his replacement parts quickly and without stress. This was his response:
Safety is an important part of any kitchen; commercial or residential. Given the amount of heat that is needed to prepare most cooked foods, it is no surprise that the majority of injuries caused in the kitchen are heat related. Luckily today, there are many different ways to protect yourself from burns such as heat resistant gloves, pads, and sleeves.
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Flatware is an integral part of any eating establishment and, with so many options and styles, choosing the right flatware can be a pain. At ZESCO.com, we carry many lines of flatware from manufacturers like Oneida, Winco, Walco, and World Tableware. To make it a bit easier to choose, we have provided a good outline of what to look for and explain some of the common features that are available in restaurant flatware. There are many ways to divide up flatware but we'll start with these basic features: metal content, weight, and style.