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Petite Chou reopening after May flood

Posted 1:55 PM by

Petite Chou in Broad Ripple Set to ReopenSeveral businesses were damaged last May when White River flooded parts of Broad Ripple. Petite Chou, located on the canal, was forced to close due to the damage it sustained. After six months of hard work, Petite Chou is getting ready to reopen in a few short weeks.

Congratulations!



 

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Energy Consumption and Waste in Food Service

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The following is an excerpt from an article written by Georgie Shockey, Principal of Ruck-Shockey Associates, Inc. Her firm specializes in operational consulting for non-commercial foodservice markets.

Energy Consumption and Waste in Food Service: The Impact & Solutions

The food service industry contributes significantly to our nation's economy and way of life. In the last ten years, this industrial sector has experienced continued real sales growth outpacing that of our nation's own economy. In 2011, the total food sales were over $1.7 trillion. Due to the vast number of food service operations (the NRA estimates over 970,000 restaurants along with nontraditional and other food locations there are about 1.2 million locations) and the nature of preparing and serving food, this industry uses tremendous volumes of natural resources and produces significant quantities of waste which together can result in major environmental impacts. The reasons for change within this industry for change within this industry in order to minimize waste are simple: food service managers can save money with decreased disposal fees, reduce energy consumption, gain efficiencies and stay competitive within their industry.

Changing or improving operations can have lasting effects on those food service establishments that are proactive in reducing waste and increasing efficiency. To remain competitive, businesses should consider going beyond traditional means of management and explore the opportunities to save money and help the environment with waste prevention. Many of the opportunities detailed may already be in place; however, every operation still has room for improvement.

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Rebates Offered For Purchase of Energy Star Rated Foodservice Equipment

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C&T Design - Rebates Available on Energy Star Rated Foodservice EquipmentFoodservice equipment can be expensive, and, with the constant rise in the cost of gas and electricity, so can the energy bills to run your business.

What if we told you we can save you money on both the front and back end of the purchase of new equipment? Well, we can! Rebates are available today on dozens of Energy Star rated products ranging from refrigerators and freezers to ice machines and dishwashers. You will see the savings down the road in the form of lower energy costs for running your operation.

Give us a call today and ask to speak to a foodservice consultant to find out more information about what kinds of equipment qualify.

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