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Hubbard Systems is offering no-obligation site surveys to help operators decide which kind of ice machine best suits their needs.
Recent years have seen a proliferation of the types of ice available, with each having specific applications. For example the gourmet supercube is a pure and slow-melting ice ideal for classic on-the-rocks drinks, while places with high peaks in demand may find dice cubes more suitable. Flake ice has a wide range of applications, from cocktails to food display. Nugget ice is increasingly popular in the US and is making in-roads here, too. (More…)
Milton Keynes Hospital is evolving. It recently gained university status and is due to become a teaching hospital and strives to achieve and attract the highest standards of professionalism, in every aspect of its operation. The cleanliness of catering was given the highest possible rating by food safety inspectors. Even so, says catering manager Denise Clifford, “We are always trying to better ourselves.” Recently the hospital switched to Winterhalter chemicals as a result of which, as well as achieving better cleaning, the hospital is saving money – and things smell sweeter. (More…)
British manufacturer’s new catering equipment Series is just the job for Middle East kitchen design
9 November 2015, the British Embassy, Dubai
Falcon Foodservice Equipment launched its new F900 Series of commercial catering appliances to the Middle East market at a special event at the British Embassy in Dubai on November 9th 2015. The launch was hosted by HM Deputy Consul General Ian Gibbons and attended by leading foodservice operators, consultants and equipment suppliers in the region. (More…)
International cooperation leads to initiatives to tackle sustainability, BIM, the skills shortage and more.
The inaugural Global Foodservice Equipment Summit, which took place on Thursday 22 October in Milan, has set up a series of initiatives that could have far-reaching implications for the foodservice industry.
The three associations leading the Summit are EFCEM, the European Federation of Catering Equipment Manufacturers, of which CESA is a member; NAFEM, the North American Federation of Foodservice Equipment Manufacturers; and NAFES, the National Association of Food Equipment and Suppliers, which covers Australia and New Zealand. Also participating is FCSI EAME (the Foodservice Consultants Society International of Europe-Africa-Middle East).
Ice is classified as a food, so it is vital that operators follow stringent hygiene procedures when scooping and serving it. One vital component is the scoop.
FEM has launched its new San Jamar Saf-T-Ice Scoop Caddy which provides dedicated and sanitary storage for ice scoops. The Caddy keeps the ice scoop safe from harmful bacteria, dirt and cross contamination, whilst ensuring it is close to hand when required. (More…)