by Doris Donnerman
(last updated June 30, 2014)
It is important to keep the kitchen clean, whether it is the kitchen at home or one in a restaurant. In order to ensure the best quality food and a sanitary cooking environment, certain measures must be taken to keep this area as spotless and clean as possible.
It is inevitable that messes will show up in the kitchen during cooking and food preparation. In a commercial kitchen, there is a large area to clean and a lot of different kinds of messes that must be tidied. Although cleaning such a big kitchen can seem overwhelming, it isn't impossible if you take it one step at a time.
A commercial kitchen is made up of several sections where various tasks are completed. The sinks, counters, ovens, stove, tables, grills, fryers, and floors are some of the parts of the kitchen that should be cleaned and maintained daily.
In any commercial kitchen, there is likely a list of chores to be completed on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis. Whether or not these tasks are done when needed and are up to standard can have an effect on the quality of food, work atmosphere, and customer satisfaction. There are some basic things to keep in mind when considering cleaning a commercial kitchen:
Keeping a commercial kitchen clean may take some effort each day, but it is a very important process. A clean kitchen will help you continue to offer quality products and service to your customers.
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