Communal and therapy kitchens are the heart of care facilities. Cooking together in these kinds of kitchens helps patients, especially those with dementia or malnutrition, to accept the food. This is according to a publication by the German Nutrition Society (DGE) on the subject of catering in residential facilities for the elderly.
Communal kitchens must meet certain standards for ergonomic and hygiene practices that are appropriate for people with disabilities. So, what does that mean in terms of warewashing technology? And why can domestic dishwashing machines simply not keep up with professional ones in this context? This white paper has the answers.
- Background, facts & figures
- Risk of infection in care homes
- Standards applicable to communal kitchens
- Professional dishwashing machines vs. domestic dishwashing machines
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