Warm weather and much-needed holidays mean increased footfall into your business, and more pressure on your commercial kitchen to deliver. But this is also a great opportunity to review your kitchen’s performance: identifying the areas that are aiding productivity and the areas that are causing costly repairs or delays.
With temperatures peaking, one key area to address is your refrigeration and ventilation equipment. If these aren’t functioning effectively you risk the chance of supplies spoiling as well as creating an uncomfortable environment for your staff and customers. This article pulls together how you can prevent these issues and keep your kitchen cooking through the summer.