Food safety is critically important to you. As the owner of a food services establishment, you know that the key to ensuring that customers choose your restaurant over others is making sure that they feel comfortable. Serving food and drinks from a clean, safe kitchen is absolutely essential to your customers feeling comfortable - and that’s really what food inspectors are looking for. Our years of experience in oil recycling, kitchen hood cleaning, and grease trap maintenance in the Atlanta, Savannah, and Jacksonville markets positions Premier Grease as a key resource for ensuring that health inspectors find what they're looking for. Let’s take a look at the top five areas health inspectors look for in your kitchen.
As the owner and operator of a commercial kitchen, you know that one of the most invasive and pesky byproducts of your hard work is kitchen grease. Most municipalities, including those in Atlanta, Savannah, and Jacksonville, require that your kitchen have grease traps to keep this nasty substance out of the local sewer and kitchen hoods for safety. But just having these in your kitchen isn’t enough. Keeping kitchen hoods clean and grease traps maintained is critically important. Here are a few of the incredibly common dangers of dirty grease traps and kitchen hoods.