The recent National Association of Food Equipment Manufacturers show in Orlando, Fla., introduced several unique and innovative features on a variety of foodservice equipment offerings. While some of these features may have been intended to differentiate products from competitors, others add unique solutions that can solve problems for many owners and operators. However, concerns were raised by attendees and exhibitors that these features may be forgotten during the evaluation process ...
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