Maximizing Your Uptime with Consolidation

Maximizing Your Uptime with Consolidation

Can your kitchen afford a major equipment meltdown during the service rush?  This white paper is brought to you by Heritage Food Service  

HeritageThe typical restaurant kitchen can contain as many as 30 pieces of primary commercial food equipment manufactured by another two dozen or so OEM brands. That means an exponential number of moving parts could break at any moment. And when something does break, timing is critical.

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