The Importance of Commercial Fuel Solutions for Restaurants
Energy is consumed in many phases of the food supply chain, from agri-food industry manufacturing to farming production to food retail and services, and the fuel (gasoline and diesel) used in vehicles transporting food products between these facilities. Many restaurants use propane for their cooking applications, heating oil for their industrial system, diesel to power their refrigeration, and gasoline for transportation and delivery services.
The restaurant industry is particularly subject to the volatility of the crude oil market. For customers who use higher volumes of fuel consistently, we have fixed price options to help stabilize cash flow, giving restaurant owners more protection over market fluctuations.