April 2011
FoodService Director;4/15/2011, Vol. 24 Issue 4, pFSB12
Trade Publication
The article provides insights on selecting and using warmers and holdings cabinets in foodservice operations. Among the benefits of a holding cabinet are its ability to maintain the condition of the food and its role as a waiting area for food that was partially prepared. The estimated annual savings on energy bills from an Energy Star-qualified cabinet is 340 to 960 dollars. It suggests the use of warmer in smaller operations or under-counter usage.


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