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  • How Commercial Refrigeration Is Helping to Create a Healthier Planet

    COVID-19 has been taking up the top-spot in most newspapers for months now. In fact, the pandemic has been playing on our minds so much that the catastrophic Australian bushfires which kicked the year off, killing over a billion animals and nearly 500 people, seem a distant memory. But the ever-present threat of the climate emergency has not gone away. The recent waves of protests in the UK and the massive forest fires now burning through chunks of the US' west coast have reignited the environmental discussion - leading us to wonder: What can commercial refrigeration do better? How can commercial fridges and freezers adapt to help to cool down a warming planet?
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  • Why Listening to your Staff Could Be Good for Business

    Now is not the time for running your business from the stock room - simply ordering in whatever your customers have lapped up last. During these difficult times, you'll want to get a better idea of what your customers like - to get ahead of the curve, and to find out what they'll want before they want it. Your staff may just hold the answers.
    14 days ago..
  • Keeping Your Cool in the Heat

    Commercial refrigeration is a major part of any business that sells food or drink. No matter what time of year it is, keeping food chilled or frozen, is not only important from a health point of view, it is also governed by law. However, when the temperatures rise in the summer, the need to keep your food safe is even more vital, but this can also be the time when your refrigeration equipment can be at its most vulnerable. Here are some of the ways that your commercial refrigeration can let you down during the summer months, and what you can do to keep your equipment working correctly all year round.
    28 days ago..
  • Hospitality is Making a Comeback

    For millions of people worldwide, the Covid-19 pandemic has caused issues that many have not seen in their lifetime. Not only has there been enforced periods of lockdown, but also the possibility that restrictions may be in place for many months to come. For businesses, this has meant months of closure and reliance on the government to help pay their staff through the furlough scheme. One industry that has seen the biggest obstacles to reopening is the hospitality sector. By nature, hospitality encourages people to come together, be sociable and enjoy a meal or a drink. However, in the current climate, and with new laws and guidelines put in place by the government, pubs and restaurants have had to come up with new ways to serve their customers safely. Here are some of the ways businesses have had to adapt, and how problems arising from kitchen equipment can be addressed without a huge upfront cost.
    42 days ago..
  • How Can Foodservice Businesses Tackle Food Waste?

    Businesses in the foodservice industry have a number of challenges that they face on a day-to-day basis. One of the biggest is with regards to the food they serve and the amount that gets thrown away. Not only are customers more concerned than ever about where the food comes from, but they also want value for money. This means that businesses have to find the right suppliers, ensure the food is stored correctly, and that they offer the best value to the customer. This includes using all of the ingredients and minimising any waste. The issue of food waste is something that has been a major problem globally for many years and companies need to try and keep this waste to the absolute minimum. So, how can foodservice businesses tackle food waste?
    183 days ago..
  • Transform Catering Countertops

    Are you feeling a bit cramped? Is your kitchen overflowing with appliances? Does your shop front look confused? Or are you simply struggling to see how your food business could run that bit more smoothly? You may be in need of a re-vamp. Luckily, we’re here to recommend how you can make the most of your countertops.
    190 days ago..

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