As life returns to a somewhat normal pace, and we venture into the hopeful future post Covid-19, some new habits will follow us for years. That's okay, following guidelines and being extra careful with our hygienic practices is important when it comes to re-opening your foodservice operation. Additionally, it helps your consumers see that you care and gives them a little hope seeing their favorite place serving those delicious meals again. So, how do you adjust to the new regulations and maintain customer and team safety as the world adjusts? We've got you covered when it comes to reopening, and the best tools to use.
As we face adversity and work to battle the worldwide pandemic in 2020, sanitization is essential. Everyone knows it and everybody's heard of it, but it doesn't delay the stress or struggle that comes with having access to the necessary equipment.
Learning to adjust to trends, new laws, new regulations, and anything out of the ordinary is essential to the success of any foodservice operation. While we don't face pandemics often, people are coming together to share ideas and create new ways for operations to continue serving. They've paved the way on how to get through a crisis like the current COVID-19 pandemic one step at a time.
Move over gas-based kitchens, induction cook equipment trends are taking over! European foodservice has been making the transition into electric-based cooking for a while, and now it's finally time for America to get a chance to shine. Introducing induction cooking in your commercial kitchen is a benefit for business as well as the economy. Who doesn't love amazing profits while being eco-friendly?
There's no denying COVID-19 has dramatically altered our way of life over the last few weeks, and will continue to do so during the weeks ahead. The health and safety of our employees, our customers, as well as the general public, is our top priority. Here at PFEG, we are doing our part to follow CDC guidelines and practicing safe, responsible distancing to help stop the spread of this virus.
As we all know, flavor trends come and go all the time. But every year, the National Restaurant Association releases their annual What's Hot Culinary Forecast dictating those that are going to be the most import, and the most profitable. This year's report says, "Results indicate that Americans are still hungry for healthy food, but they are also interested in more options, new alternatives, and going beyond simple healthy into sustainable options that are good for everyone and the environment."
Taking a walk through the Boos Blocks woods, so to speak, can lead to the discovery of a whole range of game-changing solutions. After all, whenever we see that "BooS" branded into the side of a wooden butcher block, all we can think of is quality. But why?
Congratulations to Sandra Kravetz and Kim Lehr-McKeown for their recent recognition in the TotalFoodService 2019 Top Women in Metro New York Foodservice & Hospitality edition. The edition, presented by the Women's Foodservice Forum, is the result of a year in Tri-State foodservice that was largely driven by women.
Here are the spotlights on Sandra and Kim:
Oktoberfest is right around the corner. Celebrations and fall festivals are just about to heat up in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. Many of these events draw inspiration from the German version, so let's take a close look at some of the cooking equipment at one of the world's largest food and beverage events.
Summer is right around the corner, and whether you're a country club looking to upgrade your service or a restaurant looking to maximize the potential of your outdoor space, we have some foodservice and hospitality equipment that can help make your summer more successful.