Prime + Proper has been mentioned as one of the finest steakhouses in America. When it opens over the next several weeks, there will be many diners anxious to check out the new facility in downtown Detroit’s Capitol Park neighborhood.
One thing that's clear over the course of 2020 is that technology is playing an even greater role in the foodservice industry. From the ability to provide digital ordering and touchless pickup for customers to an operator's ability to receive digital payment and to monitor processes and equipment, the technology trend is growing.
You’ve had it. The individual refrigeration systems in your commercial kitchen are driving up your utility bills, not to mention filling your employees’ workspace with unwanted noise and excess heat. You’re ready to do something about it, and it starts with remote refrigeration and a rack system.
Remote refrigeration, the concept of moving your compressors to an area outside your commercial kitchen, can have many levels of benefit in your foodservice operation.
Because commercial refrigeration is one of the biggest drains on energy consumption in foodservice, it goes without saying commercial refrigeration can also become an operation's biggest savings opportunity. But how, and what about new properties versus existing ones?
Here at RDT, on-demand defrost is made possible through our Eco-Smart solution, but not everyone is familiar with on-demand defrost for commercial kitchens. So let's take a closer look at what that means and why it can impact the bottom line for restaurants and foodservice operations.
Commercial kitchen refrigeration can require a lot of attention in order to keep things running smoothly. But aside from ease-of-use, there are many benefits to remote refrigeration. Here are three important reasons why your foodservice operation should consider remote refrigeration.