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Seven Benefits Of Drinking Sugarcane Juice

Written by Ron. Posted in Juice bar equipment, Juicers for restaurants, Sugar cane extract

As more and more Americans get serious about healthy eating, many of them are moving away from sugary drinks and caffeine and looking to juices to quench their thirst.

The facts don’t lie. In 2015, Americans consumed 6.6 gallons of juices per capita. According to MyPlate.gov, one four-ounce serving of 100 percent fruit juice is equivalent to one serving of fruit and pure fruit juices are filled with the same nutrients found in whole fruit.

If that isn’t enough to highlight the benefits of drinking juice, consider these facts:

  • The Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend several cups of fruits and vegetables per day, but roughly 70 percent of Americans don’t meet those recommendations.
  • Those same guidelines state that an intake of at least 2.5 cups of fruits and vegetables per day is associated with a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, including stroke and heart attack.
  • A 100 mL serving of 100 percent orange juice contains just 47 calories as w

Mexican Food Is a Crowd Pleaser in Many Settings

Written by Ron. Posted in Mexican catering menu, Taco party, Tacos

This should be a Christmas to remember. Instead of everyone driving west to the center of the state, the rest of the family has agreed to drive east to your home. After 29 years of traveling to your hometown for Christmas, you finally get to host Christmas for your husband’s family at your house. The cousins are older, the grandparents are no longer living and this is the year when you are tasked with creating some new kinds of Christmas traditions. In an effort to really change things up, your husband has decided to hire a food truck that offers taco catering services. The weather is supposed to be beautiful and you are looking forward to changing things up, and hoping that this becomes a new family tradition.
Many Families Look for Unique Menu Items at Christmas
If your family has had more than its fill of turkey this holiday season, you might be interested in looking for something a little different by the time Christmas rolls around. Some of the latest street tacos a

The Benefits Of Using Reclaimed Wood

Written by Ron. Posted in Reclaimed spruce, Reclaimed wood restaurant tables, Reclaimed wood siding

From the reclaimed spruce wood to the reclaimed cherry wood to reclaimed wood of all types, reclaimed wood is becoming more popular than ever before in many different parts of the United States. After all, reclaimed wood like reclaimed spruce wood is often still of a very high quality, combining high quality with environmental friendliness and often very reasonable price. And there is certainly no shortage of uses for wood all throughout this country.

From the solid wood table top to wood siding, wood and the products that it has been made into can be found at just about every turn, just about anywhere that you might look. In fact, it is a fact that homes that have hardwood floors will actually sell for a considerable higher price than homes with other types of flooring. And wood is a huge component in many types of furniture as well.

But using wood is not something that can always be done in an environmentally friendly way, and often contributes to deforestation. As the worl

Do I Need a Reefer Unit?

Written by Ron. Posted in Carrier reefer, New reefer trailer, Used reefer trailers

There are many important things to have and to remember when hauling temperature sensitive content long distance. One of those things is your carrier reefer, a device designed to keep refrigerated trailers at a cold temperature. Whether you buy a reefer unit new or used, having one is still important to maximize your driving efficiency and minimize any losses of product you may accumulate. Here are some quick, important facts about your carrier reefer and heavy hauling.

One: over five hundred thousand reefer trailers are currently being used across the United States.

Two: On average, wholesale reefer units can be anywhere between 28 and 53 feet in length. However, they will never be more than thirteen and a half feet in height.

Three: A reefer trailer can only carry up to forty four thousand pounds.

Four: A new reefer trailer is not cheap; in fact, the global refr