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Do you have all of the organizational equipment that you need to keep your storage areas organized and safe? If not, now is the time to begin looking into the industrial shelving that is manufactured for businesses just like yours. It was not until I lost a lot of product due to a stack of pallets falling over that I knew just how important it was to have shelving to stack the pallets of goods on. Sure, I was able to file a claim and retrieve some of the lost money, but it had a severely negative impact on my business. Learn more about how I reorganized my warehouse and improved the situation for my business, my employees and my customers.

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Tips For Upgrading Your Commercial Kitchen

Sam Gomez

If you have a commercial kitchen that could use a little upgrading, you might want to consider the following tips. This way, not only will your kitchen look a lot nicer, it might be much more functional for you and your staff.

Add Stainless Steel Shelving

There is a lot of heat and sometimes a good bit of humidity in the air of a busy commercial kitchen. It is because of that that wood shelves are likely to become moldy or even start to warp over time. Also, wood tends to hold on to bacteria, so they are not generally the best type of shelves to have in such types of kitchen. Instead, have wired stainless steel shelving installed. The wired shelves will hold a lot less dust than pull paneled shelves. When it comes time to clean the shelves, a quick pass of a duster will do the trick.

Purchase Better Cutting Boards

Whether your menu requires that your staff completes a lot of prep work or a little, it is important to make sure that you are placing plenty of cutting boards in the kitchen. Even though the traditional cutting boards are wood, you might want to skip out on those. Even with a good scrubbing every day, these types of cutting boards are known to hold on to a lot of bacteria that can cause cross contamination, which will lead to food poisoning. Therefore, you will want to purchase glass, ceramic, or even granite cutting boards. Sure, they might cost a little more money upfront, but they will not need to be replaced as much as wood cutting boards. Also, you will not risk getting anyone violently ill.

Add Better Lighting

Preparing excellent meals is more than just about being concerned about the taste. You want your dishes to be very pleasing to the eye as well. Therefore, you will need to make sure that you are adding as much lighting as possible, both natural and artificial. Also, by doing this, there is be a smaller chance of accidents. After all, no one wants to trust nothing but their instincts while quickly chopping at a bunch of vegetables.

With these tips in mind, plus any others you might come up with, you will be able to transform even the dullest commercial kitchen into one that you can be proud of. After all, the better the kitchen the better the food.


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