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Recycling Stainless Steel Advance Tabco Helps Reduce Your Footprint

Posted by on 7/31/2015


Stainless steel is one of the most valuable and durable materials of the industry, restaurant equipment included. That being said, its also one of the greenestmanufacturing materials today. Stainless steel is 100% recyclable, and because it can be recycled without any degradation it is highly sought after. A stainless steel item or appliance retains it is value even after decades of use because of its iron content and other elements.

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If You’re Looking for a Range, We Have Good News.

Posted by on 7/29/2015


Built to Dominate the Economy Restaurant Range Market

Southbend was in the house last night and the S Series commercial range made a big impression on the sales team here at J.E.S. Restaurant Equipment .

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New Lead Regulations And How They Will Impact Your Business

Posted by on 7/26/2015


Quality of water has always been an important factor in the success of any foodservice operation. Between cooking, serving beverages to customers, washing dishes, making ice, and a variety of other tasks, restaurants need to use the cleanest, purest water available to ensure the health and safety of their customers. In 1974, the Environmental Protection Agency passed the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) to reinforce this idea. The SDWA moves to keep the concentration of chemical and mineral contaminants below the accepted “safe for consumption” values in all sources of public drinking water.

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The Proper Temperatures for Safe Commercial Refrigeration

Posted by on 7/24/2015


Just because you have a refrigerator or freezer doesn’t mean it’s cold enough to store your perishable food products in it. This is especially true for commercial refrigeration products because the food service industry regulations are so strict. The temperature at which foods are stored can affect their appearance, taste, nutrient content and most importantly their safety.

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Please People, Just Maintain Your Beer Taps Already! It’s Not Hard!

Posted by on 7/24/2015


Over the past several decades, small-batch, independently produced beer (sometimes called “craft” beer) has become a major market segment in the beverage industry. Although once controlled almost completely by several big-name “mega-breweries,” the North American beer market is now rife with small but influential breweries, each with their own variety of ales, lagers, and stouts. With new beer being released and new breweries opening every day, offering customers a variety of unique and interesting craft beers has become a highly profitable business venture for many bars and restaurants.

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