I am not 100% certain in Florida, but you should really check with the local Health Dept. (this is the dept that will perform the health inspections of the establishment) as usually they are the ones who enforce it or not. It is best to get this in writing from them. There are certain areas of the USA that Health Depts do not enforce this requirement.
Sincerely, Jim Piccinich Business Partner 1st-line Equipment, LLC www.1st-line.com
CoffeeLoversMag Senior Member Joined: 10 Jan 2013 Posts: 175 Location: Seattle Expertise: I love coffee
Posted Sun Jun 30, 2013, 1:15am Subject: Re: Choosing a prosumer/light commercial espresso machine
You can try the Isomac Tea Commercial Espresso Machine. Although it is higher in price than the machine you know, but it has more features. It has low water shut off switch to protect the machine when the water reservoir is almost empty. What is important is how long the machine will last. If the machine has some warning device or protector to avoid damage, choose this kind of machine.
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