Warming Up to Warmers

December 2005
FoodService Director;12/15/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 12, p38
Trade Publication
The article looks at the benefits being obtained by school and hospital food service operators from using food warming units. The food warmers help food service departments prepare fresh meals for their employees. The process also creates less heat in the kitchen and uses less energy. In many cases, the warmers help food service officials improve menu offerings, save labor and replace inefficient equipment.


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