At Franke Foodservice Systems Americas (Franke FSA) we focus on the belief that we are better together. What we mean by that is that we know you have a group of talented engineers and designers on your team, and when our teams join forces magic happens. Here are some of the things you can expect from us when you invite us to join your team.READ MORE
Quick Service Restaurants (QSR) are facing growing challenges with keeping their food safe from bacteria, and one of those challenges is food safe temperatures. Keeping food in the safe zone is vital to preventing the growth of dangerous bacteria that can cause your customers to become sick after consuming their meal. Keep your staff informed with the facts about food temperatures and continue to grow a culture of food safety in your business.
August is National Water Quality Month, so we thought it was a great time to remind you about the importance of using high quality water when it comes to making commercial, food grade ice for your customers.READ MORE
The following EcO3Ice testimonial was given by a medical refrigeration lead in charge of managing the ice machines in a medical facility. These were his thoughts after trying EcO3Ice in his own facility.READ MORE
Franke’s EcO3Ice Antimicrobial Ice Protection device uses Ozone, but how does it really work to keep your commercial ice machine clean? We’ve put together a list of popular questions and their corresponding answers for you.READ MORE
Restaurant workers, have you ever seen pink slime in your ice machine? You probably have, but what is it exactly, and how do you stop it from happening?READ MORE
How is your restaurant accommodating the growing demand of mobile ordering? More often people are saying “let’s order in.” How can you make sure your restaurant is ready to capitalize on this trend and increase your sales?READ MORE
Last year at the National Restaurant Association (NRA) Show, we did something unexpected and brought virtual reality design to the show. Rather than shipping large, heavy equipment to the exhibit, we instead had two open booths with virtual reality headsets.READ MORE