DALLAS -- Retailers and other food purveyors should treat the equipment they have in the store like their own cars -- a little regular maintenance goes a long way in preventing a catastrophic breakdown. Two food-equipment service specialists made the parallel during a seminar on strategies to make fixtures last longer and perform stronger during the biennial convention here of the North American Association of Food Equipment Manufacturers. The organization is based in Chicago. Marty ...

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