If you expect your cooks to be “riding the range” every day, you should make sure you choose user-friendly equipment that will also get the job done. Lately, many manufacturers have been adding new features to make ranges more user-friendly and attractive while also recognizing the menu and production volumes of today's market. However, the basic equipment and functions are the same that rugged duty ranges have had for years. Most manufacturers have two basic types of ...

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