Chater, Amanda
November 2002
FoodService Director;11/15/2002, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p76
Trade Publication
Looks at the use of food processors, blenders and mixers in the food service market across the U.S. Types of blades used by Steve Lunin, director or culinary services at Mease Manor on its food processors; Size ranges of mixers and blenders used at the Las Vegas Convention Center; Advantages of using processors; Versatility of the food processor at the University of California- Berkeley.


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