Written by Karen Bates (last updated October 28, 2020)
Just like a kitchen at home, a commercial kitchen requires all kinds of equipment to keep it running efficiently. The big difference between home kitchens and commercial kitchens is the capacity of the equipment. Tools used in a commercial kitchen must be able to deal with a larger amount of food and dishes in an economical way.
When setting up a commercial kitchen, there are several items to consider. Of course, the specific equipment you will require depends on the type of restaurant or foodservice you are working with, but the basics are generally the same anywhere.
In order to put a commercial kitchen together, look into getting the following equipment:
As you set up your commercial kitchen, decide on the equipment you will need for your foodservice business to run as smoothly as possible.
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