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6 Ways Your Commercial Kitchen Could Be Failing to Be Compliant

If you’re reading this blog, you’re probably a diligent business owner of a successful kitchen (or are aspiring to become one!). In fact, you’re proud of the fact that you’ve always scored so high on the health department inspections. You might think that you’re doing everything possible to remain compliant, but there are actually a few surprises out there that could put your kitchen out of compliance quickly.

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5 Big Tips to Help Keep The Plumber At Bay

So many times we take our drains, pipes, disposals, and septic systems for granted… that is, until something happens to make them stop working properly. To keep your systems working at their best, you need to make sure you take care of them properly, even before you need to call the plumber. Here are 5 ways you can keep the plumber at bay all while keeping your drains and pipes happy!

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How Biodiesel Is Made and Why You Should Use It

We’re always looking for new ways to waste less and recycle more in order to protect the environment. We as a nation have begun to embrace recycling paper, aluminum, and other materials. We’re even beginning to bring our own bags to use when we get groceries for the week instead of using plastic bags. No matter what you do, there is always something more you can do, no matter how small!

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Energy Sources in Unusual Places – What Happens to Your Used Cooking Oil?

Not many of us think about what happens to the cooking oil we use to cook our French fries or delicious chicken sandwiches. In fact, several of us might assume that the liquid is simply disposed of – after all, it used to be thrown away all the time after it was used. Now, however, used cooking oil is seen as “liquid gold” and can be used to fuel and create so much that we take for granted.

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5 Ways You Can Improve Your Restaurant’s Inventory and Reduce Food Waste

Do you know how much money your restaurant might waste on a daily basis?

You might think that you’re doing everything you can to ensure that your restaurant is running as efficiently as possible. Before you scramble to find expert help or entertain the thought of laying off some workers, think about how much your business disposes of food. While a head of lettuce or a pound of hamburger might not seem like very much at all, it definitely adds up to a big pile of money that you’ve wasted every month thanks to waste, spoilage, and overstocking.

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