Restaurant Storage Containers

Restaurant Storage Containers

Food Storage Container GuideFood storage containers are essential to any commercial kitchen. They’re available in a variety of colors and materials, and in an array of sizes in round, square, or rectangular shapes. With so many options to choose from, determining which types of containers are best for your establishment can get rather tricky. This guide will walk you through the basics of food storage containers, and guide you to the right containers for your unique needs.Organize Ingredients, Leftovers, and Other Food Products in Food Storage ContainersMaintain an organized pantry, refrigerator, service station, or other area in your kitchen by using commercial food storage containers for all your food products. Whether you’re using food storage containers for housing leftover food, bulk ingredients, salad mixes, condiments, or spices and herbs, we have an option for you! Our food storage bins all come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and styles to best suit your storing needs. Available in a wide variety of materials, we have commercial food storage containers for any establishment. Choose from china, stainless steel, melamine, plastic, and more! Whether you’re operating an outdoor or high turnover establishment and are looking for durable food storage containers, or you’re running a catering service that wants more visually appealing options, you’ll find food grade containers for you.We also carry food storage containers that are designated for specific types of foods. Pick from cereal dispensers, candy bins, cake containers, and ice cream cone dispensers. From options designed for accommodating small portions to food grade storage containers made for bulk amounts, you can’t go wrong with our selection.
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Restaurant Storage Containers

Organize Ingredients, Leftovers, and Other Food Products in Food Storage ContainersMaintain an organized pantry, refrigerator, service station, or other area in your kitchen by using commercial food storage containers for all your food products. Whether you’re using food storage containers for housing leftover food, bulk ingredients, salad mixes, condiments, or spices and herbs, we have an option for you! Our food storage bins all come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and styles to best suit your storing needs. Available in a wide variety of materials, we have commercial food storage containers for any establishment. Choose from china, stainless steel, melamine, plastic, and more! Whether you’re operating an outdoor or high turnover establishment and are looking for durable food storage containers, or you’re running a catering service that wants more visually appealing options, you’ll find food grade containers for you.We also carry food storage containers that are designated for specific types of foods. Pick from cereal dispensers, candy bins, cake containers, and ice cream cone dispensers. From options designed for accommodating small portions to food grade storage containers made for bulk amounts, you can’t go wrong with our selection.
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Restaurant Storage Containers

Square Food Storage Containers Square food storage containers require less space to store than round ones, making them an ideal solution for foodservice operations with limited cold storage. Shop All Round Food Containers Because they lack sharp edges where ingredients might get stuck, round food containers are a good choice for properly storing sugar, flour, grains, and more. Shop All Ingredient Bins Keep your dry bulk ingredients safe and sorted with ingredient bins, whether you need small countertop bins or large rolling containers. Shop All Food Boxes These large food storage containers are constructed from a durable clear plastic to give kitchen staff an unobstructed view of the products inside. Shop All Scoop Aluminum, stainless steel, and plastic scoops in a variety of sizes and shapes are available to meet your kitchen's needs. Shop All Salad Bar Crocks Stock up on salad bar crocks to organize and serve salad dressings, condiments, and soups for your customers to enjoy. Shop All Food Storage Labels Food storage labels will help your kitchen staff ensure the freshness of the ingredients being used and comply with local food codes. Shop All Pizza Dough Box & Pan Find the right tools here for proofing and storing pizza dough, including pizza dough boxes and pans. Shop All Kitchen Canisters Kitchen canisters can be used behind-the-scenes to store ingredients or in your front of house for displaying and serving items at a buffet. Shop All
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Restaurant Storage Containers

Food Boxes & Storage Containers Shop food boxes & storage containers at Wasserstrom. Keep bulk food and ingredients stored properly in one of our food storage containers or bulk goods containers. Let Rubbermaid, Cambro and Carlisle provide you with a variety of food boxes and storage containers to keep your kitchen in order. For food storage on the go, check out our food carriers and vast array of catering supplies.
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Restaurant Storage Containers

Shop food boxes & storage containers at Wasserstrom. Keep bulk food and ingredients stored properly in one of our food storage containers or bulk goods containers. Let Rubbermaid, Cambro and Carlisle provide you with a variety of food boxes and storage containers to keep your kitchen in order. For food storage on the go, check out our food carriers and vast array of catering supplies.
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Restaurant Storage Containers

Food Storage Container GuideFood storage containers are essential to any commercial kitchen. They’re available in a variety of colors and materials, and in an array of sizes in round, square, or rectangular shapes. With so many options to choose from, determining which types of containers are best for your establishment can get rather tricky. This guide will walk you through the basics of food storage containers, and guide you to the right containers for your unique needs.
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Restaurant Storage Containers

Designing a space using containers comes with limitations — you can only work within the dimensions of the boxes. Shipping containers come in standard sizes. They range from 7 to 9 feet high, by 8 feet wide, by 8 to 40 feet long. The approach to building with containers differs from stick-built construction. “It’s more like designing an RV or a yacht,” Campbell says. Manufacturers build their containers solely to ship goods, he points out, and do not intend for them to serve as building materials. Thus, when stacking containers and adding some design flair like a cantilevered feature, reinforcement with structural steel becomes necessary and can add significant materials costs.
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Restaurant Storage Containers

Food storage containers are essential to any commercial kitchen. They’re available in a variety of colors and materials, and in an array of sizes in round, square, or rectangular shapes. With so many options to choose from, determining which types of containers are best for your establishment can get rather tricky. This guide will walk you through the basics of food storage containers, and guide you to the right containers for your unique needs.
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Available in a wide variety of materials, we have commercial food storage containers for any establishment. Choose from china, stainless steel, melamine, plastic, and more! Whether you’re operating an outdoor or high turnover establishment and are looking for durable food storage containers, or you’re running a catering service that wants more visually appealing options, you’ll find food grade containers for you.
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We also carry food storage containers that are designated for specific types of foods. Pick from cereal dispensers, candy bins, cake containers, and ice cream cone dispensers. From options designed for accommodating small portions to food grade storage containers made for bulk amounts, you can’t go wrong with our selection.
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Maintain an organized pantry, refrigerator, service station, or other area in your kitchen by using commercial food storage containers for all your food products. Whether you’re using food storage containers for housing leftover food, bulk ingredients, salad mixes, condiments, or spices and herbs, we have an option for you! Our food storage bins all come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and styles to best suit your storing needs.
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Kirk Lance, owner of quick-service Mexican restaurant Aprisa in Portland, Ore., has a grand vision to roll out his concept across the country. Lance’s idea centers on using shipping containers to construct modular restaurants complete with all the equipment. He would ship the structures to the parking lots of big box stores or to small, underused or vacant lots along high-traffic routes. After connecting to utility lines, the shipping container restaurants could be open for business two days later. Lance is among the first wave of restaurant owners turning to shipping container construction.
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Restaurant operators can choose to assemble shipping containers in many configurations, ranging from single units or by combining them like Lego blocks. Designers can finish the interiors and exteriors of these units with many types of materials: wood, metal, stucco, cement board — you name it. Whether these steel boxes are suitable for a particular restaurant application depends on many factors including location, strategic vision and marketing concept. Large chains including Starbucks and Taco Bell have tinkered with container-built structures over the past few years, and it appears the use of these readily available materials may be more than a fad.
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Using containers in modular construction can yield attractive dividends for restaurateurs. Just as a food truck provides an opportunity to test market a new concept or try out a new location, so too can a container-built restaurant. “You can start with a small operation with a small crew,” Barker says. Thus, with a modest investment, restaurant operators can gauge customer response to their ideas.