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Commercial Toasters Buying Guide

While the first electric toaster was built in 1909 by General Electric, the first toaster (a pop-up toaster) was invented in 1919 by Charles Strite, a mechanic in Stillwater, Minnesota. He wanted to do something about the burnt toast that was served at his company’s cafeteria, so he started to experiment with springs and a variable timer until he got it right.

Now, almost 100 years later, the pop-up toaster is not much different than the original, but the types of toasters have expanded to fit the needs of every kitchen becoming more economical and efficient than ever before. Here are four types of toasters commonly used in commercial kitchens.

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The Complete Flatware Guide to Buying and Care

Having the right style of flatware for your restaurant could be the finishing touch to complete your restaurant’s décor. We have over 75 different styles to choose from here at Zesco.com that are broken down into three main categories based on weight: economy, medium, and heavy. We also have designer and silver plated categories for more elegant looks to choose from. Buying the right flatware for your restaurant isn’t everything though, maintaining their shine and cleanliness is necessary to keep them looking great for years to come.

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