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FE&SEditorial Archives2002September

September 2002

Cover Story: Knowledge Is Power
In our August issue, two spokespeople for energy companies discussed the benefits of power, namely their sources of the power that drive foodservice equipment. In this issue, devoted to our "Product Knowledge Guide," FE&S addresses another source of power. The most fitting title to this feature might be "Product Knowledge Is Power," since we are presenting this guide to industry members in order to refresh and enhance their knowledge of the basic qualities of major pieces of kitchen equipment and supply items used by their customers.

Feature: Sanitation & Safety EquipmentAir Curtains & Air Doors

Feature: Storage & Handling EquipmentCook-Chill

Feature: Cooking EquipmentCharbroilers & Broilers

Feature: Serving EquipmentCoffee Brewers & Servers

Feature: Preparation EquipmentFood Blenders & Processors

Feature: Tabletop & SmallwaresCutlery

Editor's Perspective: One Year On

Facility Design Project of the Month: Snelling Hall
Merging two dining areas, reducing lines, enhancing menu offerings, finding a balance between self-serve and exhibition cooking, and positioning equipment in view of customers were among the ambitious goals attained during a complete renovation of a residence dining hall at the rapidly growing University of Georgia in Athens.

DSR of the Month: Jeff Behne, Economy Restaurant Fixtures

Web Exclusive: 9-11Ground Zero Revisited

In Brief: Industry News

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