As with any purchase the question arises, how much benefit will I get from buying this item? As much as the idea of owning a frozen drink machine might appeal to you, one must consider all the facts before making the purchase. While every buying decision is different there are some basic items to consider that will apply across the board.
Yesterday we looked at whether a frozen drink machine can make money. We considered some of the costs associated with owning a frozen drink machine and discovered that frozen drinks are not only tasty but are also profitable. Today we will give you some ideas on how you can put your frozen drink machine to work. Got ideas of your own?
The iPad is changing the world! Okay, so not quite, but it might just change the way you take orders. With the widespread availability of the iPad and other tablet platforms, there are some great opportunities for restaurants to adopt new technology into their business model while cutting costs and improving efficiency.
Cut Costs and Improve Customer Loyalty with Eco Friendly Practices
Whether or not you believe the science (or lack of science as some would argue) behind global warming, one thing is certain, many consumers are becoming eco conscientious in their buying choices. In a consumer driven society the demand for environmentally friendly products is driving manufacturers to innovation.
Are you a bargain shopper? Of course you are. It’s that time of the year where “sniffing” out a bargain is a must. Now I’m not talking merely about Christmas shopping, although bargains are more than welcome there. I’m talking instead about restaurant equipment—those wallet-straining pieces your restaurant needs.
Common at the turn of the year, many of our manufacturers have... read more
Have you heard? There are new health code requirements for commercial grade faucets. Thankfully, it's not too complicated, and you've come to the right place. Here's a breakdown of what you need to know:
In 2014, you'll no longer be able to purchase a faucet for potable purposes containing more than .25% lead.
The EPA estimates that 14-20% of all lead exposure in the... read more