Tag: Dining

What Products Should Be under the Hood in a Commercial Kitchen?

Ventilation systems (also known as hoods) are required in a commercial kitchen setting. They provide fire protection for the kitchen and create a comfortable working atmosphere for your staff and a pleasant experience for your residents by removing odors, heat, steam, grease and smoke. Know the difference between hood types so you can identify and select the right products to go under them as well as innovative solutions that can stand alone.

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Webinar: Dietary Emergency Preparedness Concepts

The intent of this webinar is to educate, enlighten and encourage dietary management personnel in assessments, planning, and developing training and processes that will help them further prepare their staff members while enhancing quality and efficiency.

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Efficient Cooking Equipment Affects More than the Kitchen

Creating pleasurable dining in Long Term Care for residents starts with having a kitchen that is both operationally efficient and well-equipped. Obviously, an efficient kitchen will not only help increase food safety and food quality, but equipment that can cook more food faster will also allow staff more time to engage with residents.

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