When buying a meat slicer, it’s easy to be overwhelmed with all of the available features and configurations. Whether you’re looking for a light-duty slicer to use in your small cafe or a heavy-duty model to use continuously in your restaurant, we laid out the most important features to consider. Before you start shopping for a meat slicer, consider how often you’ll be using it. If you plan on using your slicer less than one hour per day, consider a light-duty model. For continuous use in an eight hour day, look for a heavy-duty unit.
Buying a Meat Slicer Quick Reference
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Kelsey Moriarty is a Content Specialist at Central Restaurant Products. Her focus at Central is in the Food Prep and Furniture areas. Kelsey’s background is in technology and marketing with particular experience in SEO and E-Commerce. She enjoys helping customers make better decisions as well as working on her copywriting skills!