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From Indeed 27 days ago
Customers don’t order cold, soggy pizza. They want it fresh and hot, regardless of whether they are eating it at the restaurant or if the food is being delivered to their door. Since pizza first became a staple of delivery food service, delivery people have considered different ways to keep pies hot and fresh.
Induction heating is emerging as an effective way to transport fresh food and keep customers happy. Below, learn more about induction heat and how it is used for pizza delivery service.
What Are the Benefits of Induction Pizza Bag Warmers?:
A prime example of induction heated delivery equipment would be pizza delivery bags. If there is a delivery food that customers demand hot and fresh, it’s pizza.
A standard pizza delivery box aims to keep the food warm, but rather than actively providing heat, it might just insulate the pizza. The food must retain its own heat. While that might be effective for very short trips, the pizza will almost certainly lose heat over time, and customers are more likely to receive a cold, soggy pizza.
With an induction heated bag, the pizza relies on induction-heated discs, which provide a constant source of heat. The pizza stays fresh for a longer period of time, and customers definitely notice the difference.
How Is Induction Used in Heated Delivery Equipment?:
Induction heating is relatively new to heated delivery systems. Recent advancements in technology and application have enabled it to become one of the most efficient and effective ways to keep food warm when it’s being delivered.
Induction heating has enabled pizza delivery systems to evolve from traditional, insulated bags into cordless, actively-warmed transport containers. For pizza delivery, heated discs can be an excellent source of heat, providing oven-like warmth all the way to a customer’s doorstep.
To use induction heat, some systems use a charging station to heat chargeable discs that rest at the bottom of an insulated pizza bag. The discs can keep a charge for a very long time, up to 45 minutes. The insulated bag helps to lock in heat, meaning a restaurant can promise hot, delicious pizza delivery service. Some induction charging stations are able to function smoothly with multiple bags, charging them quickly and cordlessly, meaning you can keep your delivery drivers and bags in rotation and your customers happy.
With these new induction delivery options, restaurants are able to more effectively and efficiently deliver pizza and other food.
Kitty Mortland is the Marketing Coordinator at CookTek, a provider of induction cooktops and commercial induction cooktop ranges. CookTek is changing the way the world cooks, serves, and delivers food.