Enhancing Food Safety

July 2008
FoodService Director;7/15/2008, Vol. 21 Issue 7, p49
Trade Publication
The article deals with the emergence of kitchen equipment that improves and maintains food safety as a rule in the U.S. foodservice sector. One of the equipment that impressed William Eaton of Cini-Little International Inc. at the National Restaurant Association Show was a transport cart that retains heat with a system based on a patented solid-to-solid phase-change technology. John Cornyn of Cornyn Fasano Group Inc. calls a blast-chill refrigerator of a size and type to support the foodservice program a critical piece of equipment.


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