As we discussed in last week’s blog post, food trucks are becoming increasingly popular across the country, providing greatly needed convenience and variety to customers. There’s no question that the food truck craze has taken Dallas by storm, and the trucks here represent the city’s diverse food culture – everything from barbecue to tacos to Asian cuisine is represented.
Some restaurant kitchen appliances use solid fuel such as mesquite, charcoal and hardwood to cook and heat food. It adds another dimension to restaurant offerings - from pizzas to smoked meat - and also for a wider array of flavor and cooking capabilities. Although solid fuels can be highly combustible and increase the potential for safety risks, restaurant owners can safely use most solid fuel appliances with the right amount of understanding and preparation.
Professional cleaning companies know better than anyone that in public and commercial settings like schools, restaurants, office building, hotels and even hospitals, restrooms are the top source of customer complaints. As you can imagine, this is also one of the most difficult areas to address cleaning and maintenance.
As the operator of a commercial kitchen, restaurant or food preparation facility, you know that certain tasks like scrubbing down counters or properly handling food products create a safe and healthy kitchen space – not only for your employees but for your customers as well.