Major Foodservice Equipment Resource
from C.H.I.P.S.

Foodservice Equipment
An Internet Guide
by Todd King
and Jim Stevens

Foodservice Equipment: An Internet Guide was written to eliminate wasted time with typical internet searches, and focuses on foodservice equipment manufacturers.

This handbook is an essential resource for all those involved in the selection of foodservice equipment for both commercial and non-commercial establishments.

It provides:

  • Manufacturer's name within each category arranged alphabetically
  • Telephone numbers
  • Addresses (URLs) of internet sites, or email addresses for each manufacturer

Organized alphabetically by type of equipment, Foodservice Equipment: An Internet Guide is fast and easy to use.

Equipment in the same category is grouped together, making it an efficient source of reference when comparing and selecting new equipment. Users will also find the Guide beneficial when troubleshooting their existing equipment.

Foodservice Equipment: An Internet Guide contains manufacturer information for Adapter Bars to Work Tables, with everything in between, large and small. It also contains several appendices detailing other resources valuable to the foodservice industry in general.

With this guide, the foodservice professional, consultant or architect, has instant access to manufacturers' telephone numbers and websites alphabetically listed by product group. For example, a person interested in manufacturers of work tables may look under the "W" pages for "Work Tables" or under the "T" pages for "Tables/Work". What this guide does NOT include are the countless food-related "dot coms" such as recipesource.com or foodtv.com.

This is the first time that such a guide has been available in so much depth. Foodservice Equipment: An Internet Guide will quickly establish itself as the definitive source in its field.

Purchasing managers, foodservice consultants, foodservice directors, foodservice equipment manufacturers and their representatives, food and beverage directors, restaurant owners and managers, and all other professionals in the foodservice industry will benefit from the timely information in this book.

Todd King combines his extensive computer background with his interest and knowledge of foodservice equipment. Todd's interest in foodservice equipment has always been kindled by his friend and former co-author, Jim Stevens.

Jim Stevens is also the author of two other C.H.I.P.S. books:

Food Equipment Facts: A Handbook for the Foodservice Industry

Manual of Equipment and Design for the Foodservice Industry

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Foodservice Equipment: An Internet Guide
by Todd King and Jim Stevens
ISBN: 0-9708584-6-9
350 pages • 8½" x 11" • $59.95 + shipping
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