Atosa MSF8304GR Salad Prep Table
Atosa msf8304GR Salad Prep Table Refrigerator, three-section, 72-7/10″W x 30″D x 44-3/10″H, includes (18) 1/6 stainless steel pans, rear-mounted, self-contained refrigeration, 21.1 cu. ft., (3) solid hinged self-closing doors, digital temperature control, 33° to 40°F temperature range, (3) adjustable shelves, 10″ poly cutting board, ventilated refrigeration, automatic evaporation, air defrost, stainless steel interior & exterior, galvanized steel back, 5″ casters, R290 Hydrocarbon refrigerant, 1/5 HP, 115v/60/1-ph, 2.8 amps, cord, NEMA 5-15P, cETLus, ETL-Sanitation
Atosa MSF8304GR Salad Prep
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Atosa MSF8304GR Salad Prep Table or counter at a restaurant or food market on which salad components are provided for customers to assemble their own salad plates. Most salad bars provide lettuce, chopped tomatoes, assorted raw, sliced vegetables (such as cucumbers, carrots, celery, olives and green or red bell peppers), dried bread croutons, bacon bits, shredded cheese, and various types of salad dressing. Some salad bars also have additional food items such as cooked cold meats (such as turkey, chicken, ham, or tuna), cooked beans (e.g., chick peas, garbanzo beans or kidney beans), boiled eggs, cottage cheese, cold pasta salads, tortilla chips, bread rolls, soup, and fresh cut fruit slices.
Atosa MSF8304GR Salad Prep Table may be where the customer may make unlimited plates or bowls of salad during the meal, or be limited to a single serving. Paying by weight of the materials in the salad is also possible; this option is particularly common for carry-out sales. Many supermarkets also include a salad bar (for which customers pay by weight) in the produce or delicatessen section.