When it comes to school foodservice, it’s important to think down the line. Quite literally.
In school cafeterias and on college campuses across the country, food serving lines and stations that are durable and versatile can provide a return on investment that lasts well into the future, setting up a K-12 or C&U foodservice operation for extended success. But what aspects of durability and versatility are important to consider?
The lifetime value of a food serving line is enhanced the longer it lasts and the more it can be used in different ways. Durable design and construction are critical to the longevity of a serving station, and the ability to adjust the panels and change the aesthetics of the unit over time make it more versatile. Both of these factors will result in improved financial success.
The Serving Lines That Create Value Down the Line
Essence from Multiteria provides longevity with design flexibility and easy installation. This series is designed for use well into the future, as it was created specifically to cultivate lifetime value and return on investment. This is what makes Essence great for K-12 and C&U foodservice applications.
Essence’s durability comes from 100 percent stainless steel tubular construction with structures supporting its frame both vertically and horizontally. Units are strong and sanitary, while at the same time providing removable shelves that make cleaning and maintenance much easier for staff. Essence comes with a lifetime warranty on the core and shell, underscoring Multiteria’s commitment to the lifetime value of their foodservice serving solutions.
Menus and concepts change over time, and that’s what Essence was designed to accommodate. Not only are units fully customizable to any shape, size, or configuration, front and end panels are easily removable and replaceable to make refurbishing or rebranding easy for operators. This makes changes in locations and changes in concepts possible and cost-effective without the need to purchase brand new serving stations.