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Here's Alto-Shaam's New Line of Blast Chillers

By Pro-Pacific / Jun 19, 2018
Why consider blast chillers? They rapidly cool food products through the danger zone to reduce the risk of contamination. They can reduce labor requirements with innovative designs and interfaces. They can help foodservice operations throughout the Pacific Northwest maintain proper reporting ...
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Topics: Alto-Shaam, Food Safety, HACCP, blast chillers

The Benefits of a HACCP Management System

By Pro-Pacific / May 09, 2018
Preventing foodborne illness is the number one responsibility of any foodservice operation. Still, it seems there's an outbreak of salmonella or E. coli almost monthly, and these instances are almost always the result of poor planning or execution of those plans....
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Topics: Cooper Atkins, HACCP, HACCP Manager

Planning Ahead for Your 2018-19 K-12 School Foodservice Operation

By Pro-Pacific / Mar 02, 2018
As we look toward the end of the current school year, that means planning for the following year is beginning. Whether you're a newer school looking for some minor upgrades to enhance the student dining experience or you're an older school cafeteria ready for a complete renovation, Pro-Pacific has ...
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Topics: Alto-Shaam, Champion Dishwashing, Unified Brands, Randell, Cook and Hold Ovens, Groen, Heated Holding, K-12 Schools, Vitamix, Warewashing, steam jacketed kettles, Norlake, combi-ovens, Cooper Atkins, NotifEye, HACCP, Ranserve

A Quick Look at NotifEye Wireless Temperature Monitoring and Notifications

By Pro-Pacific / Nov 27, 2017
Temperature monitoring can be costly, unreliable, and inconvenient. But if it's not done, it can be the downfall of any foodservice operation....
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Topics: Wade Harris, Cooper Atkins, NotifEye, Temperature Monitoring, HACCP

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