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2307, 2015

Dining Room Installation Insights from the Experts

By |July 23rd, 2015|Design - Build|0 Comments

Every restaurant owner and manager desires to stand out with a captivating atmosphere, unique menu items and eye-catching food presentations. The china, flatware and glassware you choose should reinforce the theme of your establishment.

According to our seasoned TriMark R.W. Smith team member, April, a combination of creativity and practicality should be considered when designing a dining room. Incorporate […]

906, 2015

Sustainability: Food Waste & Recycling

By |June 9th, 2015|Sustainability|0 Comments

With over 36 million tons of food waste reaching landfills each year in the United States, many states are developing food waste solutions to reduce costs. Following other states, California is enacting new laws to accelerate organic recycling and to close the food waste loop. Several technologies are also beginning to emerge to address these […]

306, 2015

Efficiency Engineering for Your Commercial Kitchen

By |June 3rd, 2015|Design - Build|0 Comments

When it comes to designing, planning and engineering an operationally sound commercial kitchen, it’s important to understand the intricate costs and considerations involved. Whether opening a new restaurant or just remodeling, there are several ways to help you save and have a more efficient kitchen.

Equipment Purchasing and Installation

A tendency by some customers is to immediately […]

2805, 2015

At a Glance: Healthcare Food Safety Tips

By |May 28th, 2015|Foodservice Management|0 Comments

Working in the kitchen of a healthcare facility can be hectic – especially when it comes to preventing cross contamination with food. That’s why it’s important for your staff to understand the common food safety and preparation tips to avoid any food borne illnesses among patients. With a variety of helpful resources available to you, […]

2204, 2015

Optimizing Food Cost Management

By |April 22nd, 2015|Foodservice Management|0 Comments

The complexities of food cost management can be overwhelming. Easily improve your establishment’s bottom line by incorporating a standard food cost strategy. Below are simple guidelines to help your business succeed.

Accounting for Food Cost

Tracking your restaurant’s food cost figures is an essential task. Establish a general ledger with the following: purchases, payments, transfers, sales and […]

804, 2015

Create a Food Allergy Safe Commercial Kitchen

By |April 8th, 2015|Foodservice Management|0 Comments

Food allergy safety has become a significant focus in the foodservice industry. Below are best practices to implement, as well as dangers to avoid, when incorporating effective food allergy strategies in your establishment.

Best Practices for Allergen Free Foodservice

Educate all staff regarding allergen concerns. They must be confident answering customer questions about how allergen-free meals […]

1203, 2015

Purchasing Healthcare Foodservice Equipment

By |March 12th, 2015|Foodservice Management|0 Comments

Buying kitchen equipment for your healthcare facility can be a challenge. We spoke with TriMark’s Healthcare Specialist, Joleen Coles-Wilt, for insights that will help facility administrators in the procurement of foodservice equipment.

Key Factors

It is critical to perform research on the variety of equipment and smallware choices available to you. Consider the dishes you offer […]

2312, 2014

Water and Utility Conservation to Reduce Restaurant Costs

By |December 23rd, 2014|Foodservice Management, Sustainability|0 Comments

Water is a valuable resource from our environment; using it responsibly can improve your bottom line, advance your reputation and help the world around you. With many commercial kitchens and dining establishments using between five and six thousand gallons of water each day, there is room for more conservation. To get started in reducing the […]

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