Chefs wear and waiters wear
Looking for chef and server clothing or HACCP-approved clothing for the food industry? Here at Cheap-workwear.com, you can buy all of the necessary clothing for these industries, so that you can appear professional in your workwear. We have chef and server clothing from brands such as Kentaur, Hejco, Nybo Workwear, Segers, ID Identity and many more. All of this clothing is designed to fit well - even after countless days at work and washes.
We provide several different types of workwear for chefs such as chef jackets, chef trousers, chef shirts, chef T-shirts, chef aprons and accessories for chefs such as chef hats, loose buttons and gloves. Dishcloths and tea towels are essential accessories in a kitchen, so you can also find them here on the webshop.
Waiting staff need workwear that looks nice, clean and presentable. We have various types of server clothing, so that you can put together an outfit that best suits your place of work. The selection consists of server jackets, server trousers, server shirts, server T-shirts, server jackets and server aprons. To complete your professional look, you can get accessories such as bow ties, ties and caps that are suitable for work in cafés and restaurants.
When you work in the food industry, it is a requirement for your workwear to be HACCP-approved. This means that the clothing must adhere to regulations for workers in the food industry and meet the HACCP standard.
Here, you can find various types of HACCP-approved clothing such as caps, food trade coats, jackets, trousers and forage caps.
Functional features in chef and server clothing
If you work in a hot, busy kitchen, your chef clothing has to breathable so that your body can get rid of heat. At the same time, it just needs to be soft and comfortable to wear for a full working day.
A long working day in the kitchen and restaurant is very demanding on your chef and server clothing. Stubborn stains must be able to be removed by washing so that the clothing appears clean and hygienic, and for this reason, the clothing must be able to withstand repeated washing at high temperatures.
Some chef jackets have pull-up sleeves, which means that you can easily pull the sleeves up with the help of elastic - without having to fold them. It is easy, quick and practical.
Your chef clothing may include details such as straps for tea towels and neck straps for your apron string so that it does not irritate your neck. A nice detail in an apron is a bib that can be folded down, which means that the apron can also be worn as part of a server’s uniform.
Server clothing has to fit in such a way that you can feel comfortable and well-dressed. In addition, functional details are required to ensure that the server clothing is well-suited to a busy working day. These might include details such as pen pockets, a tailored fit and crease and wrinkle resistance.
HACCP workwear is classified into 3 risk classes
Risk class 1 has a low hygiene risk and can be used for the handling of non-perishable foodstuffs or ingredients that are protected by packaging.
Risk class 2 has a high hygiene risk. This may be for the handling of non-packaged and perishable foodstuffs or ingredients. In this case, the workwear must have a highly protective function in order to come into contact with the foodstuffs.
Risk class 3 has the highest hygiene risk in order to cope with handling of unpacked, perishable foodstuffs that are ready to eat.
Take a look at the wide range of chef clothing, server clothing and HACCP workwear on the webshop and buy online. We have both the latest trends and surplus stock.