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Commercial smallwares are kitchen utensils that restaurants, cafes, and other businesses use to prepare food and include smallwares such as skillets, griddles, pots and pans, knives, and more. Commercial smallwares can be made of many different materials, such as stainless steel, cast iron, enamel, glass, or plastic, and are often designed to be used with certain types of food. Stainless steel is widely used in the restaurant and hospitality industry because of its durability and resistance to corrosion, but it is also a costly material, which limits its use in high-end commercial kitchens. Cast iron has excellent thermal properties and is widely used in commercial kitchens for holding and serving food. Aluminum is widely used for serving and cooking utensils because of its lightweight and easy cleaning. Aluminum is also an excellent conductor of heat and is often used in commercial kitchens for holding food. Some smallwares have non-stick surfaces. They are also easy to clean. Some of them have lift-and-fill technology and are durable, designed to last for years.