In order to run a successful restaurant, one must be able to identify opportunities for profitability while simultaneously attempting to limit all of the waste created by their restaurant. Owning and operating a restaurant or a bar is costly, but not for the reasons many would think. The truth is a lot of the money that’s wasted throughout a restaurant’s lifespan is on the food that spoils or becomes waste. Too often restaurants over forecast and purchase in excess, which leaves food to spoil. Similarly, energy consumption of restaurants is through the roof, often times because refrigerating so many food products will be costly. If there is excess cold storage space, consider downsizing and utilizing a refrigeration storage solution for seasonal inventory needs. That said, these costs go beyond just food storage, however. The lights and entertainment elements that contribute to the overall aesthetic of a restaurant must also be kept, which can lead to additional costs. Though it may feel impossible, owning and operating a restaurant efficiently is possible! For more information on how more and more restaurants are finding success, continue reading on to the infographic highlighted alongside this post.
How Restaurants Can Reduce Food Spoilage this infographic was contributed by Portabull Storage, your first choice for a reefer rental