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Monthly Archives: October 2020

  1. Sell more with the right display in your Food joint, Deli or Bakery

    Sell more with the right display in your Food joint, Deli or Bakery

    Have you heard of the food industry's visual merchandising strategy for selling more? No matter what they name it, we call it the 'food placement' – a robust retail marketing technique that can boost sells. Merely seeing food can trigger the urge to consume it and the immediate availability of the item intensifies the drive. So, are you using this strategy the right way in your foodservice business? Or you are still waiting for orders from your customers before

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  2. How to use, clean and maintain a hot soup kettle?

    How to use, clean and maintain a hot soup kettle?

    A soup kettle is a useful piece of equipment for commercial kitchens that serve soups, sauce, or hot beverages. It is quite a versatile appliance and is an effective solution to keep your hot broths and curries at the right serving temperature for long. These are available in various sizes - a ten-litre unit is most commonly used in the food and catering businesses.

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  3. Buying Square Glass Cake Display - How to Make the Right Choice?

    Buying Square Glass Cake Display - How to Make the Right Choice?

    Do you hear the call of the creamy, and soft pastries and cakes while crossing the patisserie or bakery down the street? If you do, you are not alone! Just the thought of biting through the creamy delight while enjoying the velvety base melting quickly in your mouth is enough to make any cake or pastry lover hungry. While the ‘deliciously charming’ cakes and pastries grab our attention, we often overlook the stage that makes it possible. 

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  4. Commercial kitchen sinks – what you should look for?

    Small or big, basic or advanced, commercial or residential - the sink plays a crucial role in every kitchen. But when it comes to commercial purposes, the requirements are often unique. Depending on the size of the cooking unit and the volume of food prepared, the requirements for sinks can vary extensively. For example, a compact basin might easily suffice the needs of a home kitchen, but for a full-scale restaurant, a double or a

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  5. Going Digital – Why your foodservice business needs it?

    Going Digital – Why your foodservice business needs it?

    Running a business is always challenging, and when it comes to the food and catering sector – be it a restaurant, a cafeteria, a salad bar or a catering company, the task might be overwhelming. Every business is now going digital to keep up with the changing times. So, do you also need to follow suit? Is it just another difficult addition to your business operations that wil

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