Since the beginning of time, fire has been the standard for heat. We have used fire to heat our homes, our bodies, and our food. As we have developed new technologies, we have moved away from using a fire to heat our homes and our bodies for many different reason, including safety and efficiency. Catering is still using the age old flame to keep the food warm while serving.
Caterers are still using a flame to keep their food warm while serving the food to their guest. When other industries has evolved, catering has been stuck using the dangerous fire based heat. There have been attempts to heat with electric dishes or electric chafers, but the majority of caterers are still using the fire based chafing fuels. For the first time, there is a safe chafing fuel alternative. It is a fire free and electric free heating source called the EcoHeat warmer.
For 50 plus years, there has not been a viable challenger to the current way of food heating, but with the EcoHeat warmers there is! Steam heating can cause foods to become soggy, and can even heat the food too much causing the food to burn on the bottom of the dish. These cause the food to not taste the way the food was intended to taste like. When the food suffers, the customer suffers, and the caterer suffers. With the EcoHeat warmers, everyone leaves the event with smiling faces!
Lastly, the catering industry has been a dangerous working environment for many years. The employees deal with fire and boiling water, combined with the fast pace associated with events. This combination can literally be life threatening. It cannot be understated how the catering industry needs to find a new way to heat the food. With the EcoHeat warmers, employees are safe from dangerous fire and boiling water. STOP putting your employees in a dangerous working environment, switch to the EcoHeat warmers today!
Remember to choose the EcoHeat warmers when deciding what heating sources to use at your next event. The EcoHeat warmers are the safest, and most convenient heating source on the market.
- Who is allowed to cater in this venue?
- What is the capacity of the venue?
- Will you come close to reaching the max capacity of the venue?
- How far from the wedding ceremony is the venue?
- Will there be a bar service provided, or an extra fee?