Cleanzine: your weekly cleaning and hygiene industry newsletter 30th March 2023 Issue no. 1058
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Cintas Canada dishes out foodservice uniform program tips in free white paper
Cintas Canada has this week published its latest white paper, 'Food for thought: Should I rent or purchase foodservice uniforms?' The white paper highlights features to look for in foodservice garments, the benefits of renting versus purchasing uniforms and factors affecting the total cost of ownership (TCO).
It can help those operating restaurants and foodservice programs run out of schools, hotels and government buildings and is available for free download.
"Uniforms are a valuable extension of a foodservice team, so it's important to place a priority on workwear garments and how they will be supplied, laundered and managed over time," says Candice Raynsford, marketing manager, Cintas Canada. "This white paper is an informative tool for busy foodservice managers who have a lot on their plate but want their staff looking and feeling their best."
To help foodservice operations find a program that best matches their needs, the white paper highlights factors affecting TCO, such as turnover and soil loads, as well as laundering options. It also includes a list of questions that businesses can use when vetting potential uniform providers.
"A smart uniform program can have a positive impact on customer satisfaction and the bottom line," adds Candice. "With high-quality, comfortable garments for back-of-house and front-of-house employees, your operation maintains a professional and cohesive image that welcomes guests and makes employees proud to be part of the team".
Cintas Canada designs, manufactures and implements corporate identity uniform programs and provides entrance mats, washroom cleaning and supplies, tile and carpet cleaning services to approximately 65,000 businesses in Canada.
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