With the arrival of the coronavirus in the United States, restaurants have been forced to change the way they operate on a day-to-day basis to help ease the spread of the virus. Now more than ever, restaurant operators need to make sure all employees are following the most stringent food safety standards. Having a coronavirus preparation plan in place will help your restaurant remain safe during this ever-changing situation.
Don’t let the name scare you! Ghost kitchens are not what you may think. A ghost kitchen isn’t a kitchen that is being haunted by ghosts. Ghost kitchens are a growing trend in the restaurant industry, and you may be ordering from one even if you don’t know it!
Coinciding with the start of the new year, Texas has implemented a new first aid law. House Bill 496, which went into effect on January 1st, 2020, requires all public schools and open-enrollment charter schools in the state of Texas to have bleeding control kits available on campus. These first aid kits are being referred to as ‘Stop the Bleed’ kits. They are required to be placed in easily accessible areas and are to be included in a school’s emergency preparedness plans.
With the new year underway, it's time to take stock of your the restaurant supplies you have on-hand. What did you run out of too quickly from the previous year? What did you buy too much of? Take this time to assess your inventory and buy new items for your restaurant for the coming year.
From food labels to smallwares, here is a list of supplies your kitchen needs for 2020.
In the fourth episode of the Food On Demand Podcast, hosts Tom and Nick discuss Deliveroo's European ghost kitchen and virtual restaurant operations, Google's latest moves in delivery and more!
Dot It Restaurant Fulfillment has been selected for the 2019 Best of Arlington Award in the Restaurant Supply Store category by the Arlington Award Program.
Let’s face it – some restaurant supplies are more exciting than others. Print items are snazzy and colorful, to-go containers are sleek and elegant. And then, there’s the not-so-exciting products which, when you think about it, your business would be lost without. Below are just a few of the items that are often overlooked and undervalued.
These days it seems like there’s a new food truck around every corner. A report found that the size of the food truck industry is estimated to reach $985 million in 2019. And with a significantly lower upfront investment compared to a brick and mortar restaurant, now is the best time to make the most of your mobile kitchen. Follow our tips to help improve your food trucks and stand out from the growing crowd.
There’s no doubt you want to be a successful restaurant owner. Nobody wakes up in the morning hoping things are going to go wrong in the kitchen, the website is going to crash, and the orders are not going to arrive on time. One way to prevent these things from happening is to take control your franchises.
Kitchen items, as much as we hope, won’t last forever. That is why over time you need to replace items in your kitchen. Kitchen items like bottles, storage containers, first aid kits, and packaging are some of the first and most important kitchen tools that you need to replace. This guide