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Measuring Cups & Scoops
Are you looking for measuring cups and measuring scoops for your bakery, restaurant, or any other food-service business? Here at Rapids Wholesale, you can choose from a large selection of industrial measuring cups and measuring scoops from reputable brands Browne, Cambro, Tablecraft, and Vollrath.
Commercial Measuring Cups
Measuring cups are a type of kitchen utensils that are typically used in measuring the volume of either solid or liquid ingredients that are used for cooking. These ingredients commonly include sugar, flour, and the like, especially volumes that reach around fifty milliliters onward. Measuring cups are mostly used in kitchens of commercial establishments such as bakeries, restaurants, and other food-service businesses. Commercial measuring cups feature a scale that is marked in cups or fractions of a cup and often with fluid measurement and weight of a selection of dry foods.
Commercial measuring cups can be made of various materials, the most common of which include metal, plastic, and glass. Industrial measuring cups are not limited to measuring foodstuffs and ingredients, however, as they are also used by self-service laundry places for measuring liquid detergents, bleach, and washing powder.
Common Capacities and Scales of Restaurant Measuring Cups
Commercial measuring cups typically feature capacities from 250 milliliters (which is approximately one cup) to 1,000 milliliters (which is approximately four cups or two pints or one quart). Larger sizes of measuring cups (most especially wholesale measuring cups) are also more common in commercial kitchens. These measuring cups generally feature different-height scale markings, with the substance being measured added to the cup until it reaches the wanted level. However, sometimes, dry-measure cups without a scale are used, generally in sets of 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, and 1 cup. The units may come in milliliters or fractions of a liter. Oftentimes, multiples of teaspoons and tablespoons are also included. In addition, there may also be scales for the approximate weight of certain substances such as flour and sugar.
Measuring Scoops or Measuring Spoons
Much like measuring cups, measuring scoops or spoons are mostly used to measure an amount of ingredient—either dry or liquid—for cooking. However, unlike measuring cups, measuring scoops often lack the scale (them also being noticeably smaller) and are filled and leveled to maximum capacity. Measuring scoops are mostly suited for measuring things such as water (and any other type of liquid) as well as flour, sugar, or cornstarch.
Measuring scoops are available in various sizes (as small as a teaspoon or as large as a tablespoon) as well as in various materials (metal, plastic, and others). In the United States, measuring scoops come in a number of pieces (four or six) that have different capacities, which commonly includes one-fourth, one-half, and one teaspoon as well as one tablespoon.
Measuring Scoops and Commercial Measuring Cups at Rapids Wholesale
Here at Rapids Wholesale, you can choose from a large selection of industrial measuring cups and measuring scoops ideal for the busy kitchen of any restaurant or food-service establishment. We have long handle measuring spoons, plastic measuring scoops, stainless steel measuring scoops, and more. You can also choose from a wide variety of our commercial measuring cups, ranging from the ordinary kitchen measuring cups to the more heavy duty measuring cups.
Looking for Tablecraft measuring cups? How about Cambro measuring cups? We at Rapids Wholesale carry only the best measuring cups and measuring scoops from reputable brands Browne, Cambro, Tablecraft, and Vollrath.