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Equipping your travelling commercial kitchen such as a food trailer takes a great deal of planning. It must be efficient, safe, adhere to food standards and above all, ensure that the owner, chef and kitchen workers can complete their tasks effectively and efficiently. If you get it right, you’ll save precious time and money, increase

Space and efficiency are always key for food industry businesses and startups who want to generate profit. This is especially true during times of financial pressure such as the recent COVID crisis. By making key purchases with careful consideration first, you can help reduce your overheads, maximise your space, simplify your business and even nurture

Storing your food effectively is essential if you want to keep enjoying your food for longer. By learning a few new tips and tricks, you could save money, prevent illness and make your foods last for longer. It’s especially important if you grow your own produce or are living off-grid and want to benefit from

By | September 21st, 2021 | Vacuum Sealer

Some food trends come and go. Others remain popular, inspiring us all to broaden our pallets, view our culinary choices with new eyes or even take a whole new approach to the eating experience. Over the past year or so of the pandemic, the emphasis has fallen on making healthier food choices so we can

By | September 1st, 2021 | Vacuum Packer

Starting a commercial food business is not cheap and you will need to be savvy with your budget to keep costs under control. Renting food machinery instead of buying can be a cost-effective way to lower your startup expenses. That said, buying food machinery can save you money in the long term, especially if the

Launching a restaurant is not cheap and you must plan for various startup costs and ongoing expenses. The cost of starting a restaurant will vary depending on several factors such as the size and location. One of the biggest costs associated with launching a restaurant is purchasing essential kitchen tools and equipment. Here is some

Opening a restaurant can be a lucrative business venture, but it requires a significant investment. The average cost of starting a business in the UK ranges from a few thousand pounds to a few million, depending on factors like the size and location of the restaurant. You will have multiple startup costs to consider such

Restaurants in the UK contribute around 199,100 tonnes of food waste, which equates to roughly £682 million each year. Food is one of the biggest ongoing expenses of running a restaurant, so you need to minimise waste and get the most out of your food supplies. The good news is, there are several simple ways

Sous vide cooking has been popular with restaurant pros for years, since it’s a simple technique that ensures perfectly consistent results, time and again. Pronounced “sue veed,” the name of this technique means “under vacuum” in French, and consists of vacuum sealing food before cooking in a water bath at a precise temperature. It’s easier

As temperatures in the UK rise and more and more people are vaccinated, friends and family are meeting for summer get-togethers, picnics and garden parties. No industry has been left unchanged by last year’s pandemic, and that includes food trends, with those in the business noting some interesting new developments. If you’re in the catering

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