Franke is a global company, employing over 10,500 employees in 70+ companies across 40 countries. You may have heard of us, but you may not be aware of some details of what we do. Franke is known for high-quality, from its luxurious residential kitchen systems, to commercial bean-to-cup coffee machines, to what we do at Franke Foodservice Systems, which is to design and fabricate efficient kitchen and service areas, and smallwares, for quick-service restaurants (QSRs). Get to know more about us below.READ MORE
Everyone in the restaurant and QSR industries is probably already aware of the increasing demand in mobile and take-out ordering, but is the term ghost kitchen on your radar?READ MORE
Most Restaurants have to deal with grease in one way or another. It could be grease consumed and expelled by fryers or even more dramatic, the expulsion of grease generated through fatty meats during the cooking process. With that said, keeping grease filters clean and safe is a common pain point for QSRs.READ MORE
When it comes to workstations there is one area in particular that is easy to collect clutter and grime, the beverage workstation. Beverage workstations have cups, lids, and sleeves but can also have flavor boosters, sweetener packets, cup holders and more. There is a lot to keep sorted, and if you don’t your beverage station may become disorganized and result in slow service. Here are 3 steps you can take to create your best beverage workstation today.READ MORE
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