A standard, extended life frying oil might cost a little less, but it won’t last as long as a Prep high performance frying oil. Choosing Prep means you can change your oil less often and, overall spend less.
Add in the time you’ll save in oil changes, and the fact that you’ll have less waste oil and packaging to dispose of, and it’s easy to see how choosing Prep would be good for your business.
Take a closer look at our fry life comparison chart.
If your business used six units of standard, extended life frying oil per week and you switched to Prep Ultra, you would need to buy just two units.
That’s right, two units of Prep Ultra would last as long as six units of your usual oil. You would save time and have less waste oil and packaging to dispose of.
How much could you save by switching to Prep? Answer [x] quick questions to find out.
Look after your oil
The key to achieving these savings is looking after your oil through careful oil management. Find out how by taking a look at our guide to good oil management, here...
And if you do make the switch to Prep, your colleagues will approve. Changing the frying oil is one of the least popular jobs in the kitchen.
It's hard work, messy and can be dangerous - risks include burns, strains, slips and trips. So changing oil up to three times less often will be great news for your team.
And if they're not changing the frying oil and getting rid of waste, they can spend time on more profitable tasks, such as creating fantastic food for your customers.
So Prep makes good business sense, and it's a sustainable choice that produces great tasting food.