During hygiene inspections of restaurants and other food outlets, the most commonly discovered infringement involves food storage temperatures. Frozen foods should be kept at -22 degrees centigrade ideally, and they should never be allowed to rise again beyond -18 or the food is considered unfit to keep. Temperatures for other perishable goods are less clearly defined because they vary for different foodstuffs, but generally they should be kept around 2 degrees centigrade and never rise to 8.
It is often difficult to maintain working conditions at temperatures suitable for your workforce and food temperatures required by food hygiene regulations, so having reliable, good-quality refrigerators is essential for any commercial enterprise involving food such as shops, cafes, restaurants, canteens or bars.
Domestic refrigerators are available in many shapes and sizes, from small tabletop fridges designed for a few chilled cans up to deep chest freezers and five- or six-door fridge-freezer combinations. For commercial establishments, the range is even wider, with walk-in freezers for behind the scenes storage or pass-through and multi-door display units especially suited for front of house.
Glass Door Refrigeration available for commercial catering establishments has several advantages over using solid-door units.
Easier stock control
Glass doors, often combined with specially designed racks that queue replacement items and push them to the front each time one is removed, make monitoring your stock levels much easier. You can see precisely how many are still available and easily reload the products that are selling the fastest.
Logistically, some businesses depend on customer self-service in order to be economically viable. Glass-doored refrigeration units are essential to enable this, especially when combined with those dispensing racks.
It is almost too obvious to point out that your customers are more likely to buy things when they can see that you have them. This is even more true when it comes to introducing new brands or products. Glass-fronted storage units let them simply sell themselves.
Many of the advantages above apply just as well at home, especially if you have a large household to cater for. Not only do glass door refrigerators encourage your dependents to be a little self-catering, they also make it easier for you to keep track of your shopping supplies. Some units can also be a very good-looking addition to your kitchen.