Wow – they went through the trouble to get NSF certs? Impressive!
Oh I agree. I am not considering using one in any commercial capacity. I just saw how some folks here had mentioned that they were specifically not allowed by their health department and I was just curious why.
The wife actually does have 2 of these at home and I looked them over. Interestingly, both are NSF listed appliances. They also both bear the UL mark.
If I make enough posts someday I will search again to find it and private message the folks that had mentioned that here.
Even though the GF grill operates like other commercial grills, it isn’t built to the same safety standards. (NSF, etc.)
Aside from that, I doubt a domestic appliance would last very long under commercial duty. Mine crapped out after few months of domestic duty – sure it was under warranty, but the shipping charges came close to replacement cost.
I’m not planning to use a Goerge Foreman style grill in my operation but I have seen more than a few mentions of these grills on this forum and I am curious about something. Some on here say how their HD won’t allow the use of these grills. I am just wondering why that is?
There are many commecial style grills, panini’s, etc that seem to be the same as a George Foreman, just more heavy duty. Thousands of Panera’s would obviously need a new game without their Panini’s.
Why no love for Big George?
Spend some extra money and look for a Star Sandwich Press, I have owned one in the past and it worked great. A Foreman Grill most likely doesn’t have a good recovery time that high volume demands and it looks unprofessional, some people could be turned off from it.
Nobody loves george foreman?
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