One traditional rule of kitchen design places the stove, sink and refrigerator in a triangular formation to reduce unneeded movement and keep the mostly used areas within easy reach. The comparative edges of the imaginary triangle don’t have to be the same period, but keep them between four and nine legs long for maximum efficiency. The stove, refrigerator and sink may all be on different wall surfaces, or the stove might be on one wall structure while the sink and the refrigerator share a wall structure, often with the dishwasher among.
Consider any place where contaminants or unsafe conditions may are present to cause health hazards from the food being dished up. Design the kitchen to avoid places where food reaches the incorrect heat range or vulnerable for cross‐contamination. Make the loading dock entrance as near to the walk‐in cooler as it can be, for example, and design a specific path to other storage area areas to avoid the meals from coming into connection with anything unnecessarily.
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