Foodservice Equipment & Supplies

JAN 2019

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60 • FOODSERVICE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES • JANUARY 2019 T he unique needs of noncom- mercial kitchens start with simply outputting food at high volume. Add to that the complications that come with the many special dietary needs kitchen staff need to address today, along with a growing number of service styles, and the tactical piece of efficiently running this kind of operation becomes even more complicated. Central kitchens serve as one way noncommercial foodser- vice operators look to address these dynamics, along with looking to new equipment applications that can help deliver on today's expectations and improve efficiency. EXTREME OUTPUT High-volume kitchen operators drive efficiency through specific equipment, central kitchens and outsourcing prep. By Paul King

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