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Get up close to the latest Rational combi steamer at the NACC show

NACC Show, East Midlands Conference Centre, 1st – 3rd October 2014

Rational's new SelfCookingCenter 5 SensesAt 2014’s NACC Show visitors can get up close to the new SelfCookingCenter 5 Senses combi steamer. The company says its SelfCookingCenter 5 Senses is the first intelligent commercial cooking appliance that actually interacts with chefs, getting to know the way they work so that, together, the chef and their combi can always deliver the best possible cooking results.  (More…)

Ice on the Q.T.: new undercounter machines make 43% more ice

FEM launches Manitowoc’s new Sotto range of icemakers

SOTTO SeriesManitowoc’s new Sotto range of undercounter ice machines has a redesigned refrigeration system that delivers up to 43% more ice, compared to previous models.  It means even sites with limited backbar space can have plenty of quality ice on tap, right where it’s needed.  Since the machine is front venting, it needs no top or side clearance, so it can be fitted into the most compact of spaces.  Manitowoc icemakers are marketed by FEM (Foodservice Equipment Marketing) and the Sotto range is available through distributors nationwide.  (More…)

Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre stocks up on multifunction cooking appliances

Super-fast, versatile FRIMA VarioCooking Centers deliver huge benefits and savings

When you could be serving a canapé party or a £100-per-head dinner, for 20 or Head Chef Danny Potter with a FRIMA unit at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre2,000, you need cooking equipment that’s as versatile as your chefs are.  The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London, where the catering is run by Compass, is a case in point, having just installed the latest of four FRIMA VarioCooking Centers.


CESA Conference 2014 – The Future’s Bright

CESA Conference in association with the FCSI and BHA

13th and 14th November, Heythrop Park Resort, Oxfordshire OX7 5UF

Gyles Brandreth to speak at the CESA Conference 2014 in association with the FCSI and BHAThe speaker line-up for the CESA Conference 2014 is stronger than ever. A packed programme includes industry leaders, economists, a futurist and a hospitality service management specialist – all topped off with a keynote speech from MP, broadcaster and writer Gyles Brandreth, fresh from his star turn as Lady Bracknell. The conference facilitator is the BBC’s Steph McGovern, whose award-winning coverage of the credit crunch underlines her business acumen.

The conference, which CESA runs in association with the FCSI and the BHA, has become the catering equipment industry’s essential annual event, attracting delegates from every sector, including manufacturers, distributors, consultants and operators.  (More…)

Coffee Boost: Caffeine and eXpresso PLUS at Lunch 2014

Launch of advanced bean-to-cup Coffee Art system from Schaerer

Stand U103, Business Design Centre London, 23-24 September

Coffee Art with 2 grinders, Matic bean hoppers, TouchIT panel with 2 extra buttons on each side, with Supersteam PEEK,  beverage outlet with handle in blackCoffee machine expert Caffeine Ltd will be exhibiting on Stand U103 with eXpresso PLUS, the on-the-go beverage system specialist. The latest equipment in the Schaerer range of coffee machines will be on the stand including the new Coffee Art Plus, which can dispense up to 350 cups per hour.

The Schaerer Coffee Art range of bean-to-cup espresso machines is designed to deliver the best quality coffee at the touch of a button. According to Caffeine, the Swiss-manufactured Coffee Art machines make a coffee as close to a barista-brewed espresso as a push-button machine can get.