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Warmers can be used to hold pre-prepared food at a safe temperature of 140° F and to keep food warm until it is ready to be served.
If you are looking to warm fried foods or soups, keep in mind that some warmers are made specifically for these food types. There are options for any application, cabinets that are made to transport food in banquet halls, hotels or for your catering needs, as well as some specialty items such as bakery proofing cabinets and or rice warmers.
This category contains food warming equipment that is designed for heavy use, transportability in the case of our banquet cabinets, and to keep food delicious and hot for the required length of time. Search for overhead warming lamps, bar heaters, and all sorts of countertop warmers to keep your specialties hot and fresh. We carry a wide variety of concessions warmers for items like soft pretzels, pizza, and crispy hot popcorn.
Hot food merchandising cabinets are a great option for businesses like convenience stores that want to offer a selection of packaged hot foods like sandwiches and breakfast pastries. Browse our extensive selection of holding cabinets to find the right solution for your business, whether you need a large, full sized cabinet or a compact undercounter model.
We even offer unique service solutions including towel warmers to give your guests a truly comforting experience when they visit your establishment and raclette machines that are perfect for your next party.
When shopping for food warming equipment, be sure to consider the type of food it will hold. Some foods, such as fried foods, should be kept in a dry heat environment, while others, like meat, should be held in a moist heat environment with controlled humidity. Also consider whether the food will be on display and whether customers will be serving themselves. Heated self-serve merchandisers are available for gas stations or retail stores where customers are their own servers.
If you need food warming equipment for the back of the house, you should consider the capacity and the amount of space it will take up. If you have very limited floor space, choose a small countertop model or a drawer warmer. On the other hand, if you have large quantities to hold, a cabinet-sized warmer will accommodate multiple batches of food.