August 18, 2016
Sushi Garage Shows its Work
Thoughtful design emphasizes the craftsmanship of the food at Miami eatery serving up traditional Japanese fare.
Is Supplier Consolidation Good or Bad?
Rapid consolidation in the foodservice equipment and supplies industry makes one wonder: If this keeps going on, will there only be one equipment supplier left standing? Consultant Juan Martinez offers perspective on the topic.
For 90 years, customers have slammed the door in our face.
Kason hardware has opened and closed more walk-in doors than any other company in America. When the walk-in door you close swings shut smoothly and securely – we’re proud. Slam the door on inefficiency and heat loss. Do what every walk-in OEM manufacturer does: choose Kason.
Dinnerware 101: Menu Impacts Dinnerware Style
A variety of dinnerware materials provide operators ample options.
Facility Design Project of the Month: Minneapolis Public Schools
A prototype kitchen and servery at a Minneapolis elementary and high school set the standard and allow fresh food to become the star of the show.
Green Case Study: Falk School of Sustainability at Chatham University
From farmland to an epicenter for sustainable education, Chatham University’s year-old Eden Hall Campus in the North Hills of Pittsburgh serves as the LEED Platinum-certified, sustainable setting for the Falk School of Sustainability, which continues to recruit the next generation of change-seekers.