Every month, we aim to deliver a selection of noteworthy news bites, restaurant real talk and other things you need know from a hospitality perspective. Without further ado, here are the things that have piqued our interest in February!

Substantial growth projected for global foodservice equipment market
According to a recent report by Allied Market Research, the global foodservice equipment market is predicted to reach $43,379 M by 2022, with the cooking equipment segment expected to dominate. The report also offers interesting information about various growth factors, key markets, and notable advances in foodservice technology.

Is your kitchen equipment up to snuff?
If not, consider this your wakeup call. From impacting customer satisfaction and the safety of your staff to a whole host of health issues, Restaurant News examines the serious consequences that result when your restaurant’s kitchen isn’t furnished with proper equipment.

The cutting edge: New innovations in commercial kitchen knives
The kitchen knife is, without a doubt, one of the most important tools in any chef’s kitchen. Read on to discover what two leading knife manufacturers had to say about the latest industry trends and innovations that restaurants can expect to see in 2017.

The top 3 tips for equipment specifying
Whether you’re building a foodservice operation from the ground up or performing a remodel on an existing location, kitchen design and equipment specification can be quite daunting. The North American Association of Food Equipment Manufacturers has identified three things you should bear in mind with respect to equipment specification.

#ICYMI: Chew On More
Don’t forget to check out the rest of our blog Chew On This for more news bites and restaurant real talk. Read an interview Trish Hudson, the founder of Holistic Hospitality Solutions here.

Got something you’d like to discuss with us? Have a question about your restaurant? Email us at trish@holistichospitality to inquire about your free consultation.

Author Trish Hudson

Trish is the owner and principal at Holistic Hospitality Solutions. She aims to help assess her clients operations from top to bottom in order to gain efficiencies, save money, and increase their bottom line.

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