Shelving is the key to organizing your ingredient inventory in the storeroom, freezer, warehouse, dishroom and any other storage area in your institutional kitchen. Shop our selection of shelving accessories or our selection of stationary shelving to get started below.
You can use restaurant shelving to keep all the storage areas in your institutional kitchen organized and safe. Keep dry ingredients up off the floor and safe from damage when you use shelving in your dry storage area and keep your cookware and baking pans organized and at the ready by storing them out of the way in storage racks. We carry a variety of shelving from traditional wire shelving units to specialized shelving that has antimicrobial properties right in the finish. Our shelving comes from top manufactures including Cambro, Metro, Advance Tabco and more.
If you need help selecting the best shelves for food storage, please give us a call at 866-613-2617 and our customer service team will assist you in finding the right shelving solutions that best meet the needs of your institutional foodservice operation.
If you are selecting the best shelving for food storage for an institutional kitchen, you will want to take into consideration the following things:
Where will I be placing the shelving I am purchasing in my kitchen?
Do I want shelving that has antimicrobial properties already on the shelves or are washable shelving covers something I would benefit from in my storage area?
Will traditional wire shelving meet my needs, or do I need heavy duty food storage shelves or something sturdier in my institutional kitchen?
Identify your specific needs: Before you start shopping for food storage shelving, it's important to identify your specific needs. Consider factors such as the size of your space, the types of items you need to store, and any regulations that apply to your industry. This will help you narrow down your options and choose shelving that will meet your needs.
Choose the right material: We offer food storage shelving made from a variety of materials, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. For example, wire shelving is easy to clean and ventilated, but may not be as sturdy as metal shelving. Plastic shelving is lightweight and corrosion-resistant but may not be suitable for heavy loads. Metal shelving is durable and can support heavy loads, but may be more difficult to clean. Consider which material will work best for your specific application.
Look for customization options: We offer food storage shelving with customization options that can help you tailor your shelving solution to your specific needs. For example, you can to choose the size of the shelves or add accessories such as dividers or casters. Customization can help you create a shelving solution that is tailored to your environment.
Consider weight capacity: It's important to choose food storage shelving that can support the weight of your items. Be sure to check the weight capacity of any shelving you are considering, and make sure it can handle the heaviest items you plan to store. Overloading shelving can be dangerous and lead to damage or injury.