Commercial Kitchen Consolidation – Part 3

The cold food storage needed deep cleaning due to sticky food residues. All of the shelving was removed from all four refrigerators and freezers. After a thorough clean, the shelves were put back into their respective locations and the food containers were wiped clean and organized onto the shelves. All of the cold food storage items were rearranged considering the chef’s requests and general commercial kitchen operations.

A request was made to store sweet items on the left side and savory items on the right side of the small refrigerator and small freezer. The only appeal for the walk in refrigerator was to leave the third shelf on the left clear for special event food storage. Items like condiments that were scattered throughout the walk in refrigerator were consolidated and stored on the blue shelf in the middle for easy access. Fruits are now stored on the back left shelf and vegetables on the back right shelf. Meats are on the front left shelf below the event shelf. Eggs, dairy, and grains can be found on the front right shelf. The walk in freezer now has grains, breads, and meats on the left shelf. The entire back right shelf in the walk in freezer has boxes of frozen cookie dough. Ice cream can be found on the top shelves and vegetables on the bottom shelves of the front right shelf in the walk in freezer.

All photography featured photographed by Designated Spaces, LLC.

Refrigerator Before and After

Refrigerator Before and After

Walk-In Refrigerator Before and After

Walk-In Refrigerator Before and After

Walk-In Refrigerator Before and After

Walk-In Refrigerator Before and After

Walk-In Refrigerator Before and After

Walk-In Refrigerator Before and After

Walk-In Refrigerator Before and After

Walk-In Refrigerator Before and After

Walk-In Freezer Before and After

Walk-In Freezer Before and After

Walk-In Freezer Before and After

Walk-In Freezer Before and After

Walk-In Freezer Before and After

Walk-In Freezer Before and After

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