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Foodservice Equipment Marketing Ltd

Since 1993 the company has represented leading foodservice equipment manufacturers in the UK and Irish markets. Over the years FEM has established partnership agreements with many of the industry’s top brands in both smallwares and equipment, including Vollrath, Manitowoc Ice, Cambro, Sirman, Prince Castle, San Jamar and Hamilton Beach. In 2011, FEM became UK master-distributor of the Alto-Shaam range.

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Top It Off!

15 November 2010

FEM’s dry ingredient dispensers are perfect for measuring toppings onto desserts. FEM’s now supplies Server dry ingredient dispensers, which are perfect for adding dry toppings to desserts, such as ice cream, knickabocker glories and signature sundaes. Toppings like chocolate chunks, sprinkles and colourful sweets are eye-catching as well as tasty. The topping increases value and appeal to these types of dessert, which are often ordered on impulse. FEM’s dispensers deliver controlled portions, so the user can very accurately manage how...

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Sterilising Sinks for Safer Manual Cleaning

20 October 2010

WardPark Gardner sterilising sinks Sterilising sinks are essential in catering establishments where manually cleaned utensils have to be sterilised as well as washed in hand hot water to meet safe and hygienic handling regulations. WardPark Gardner supplies a range of sterilising sinks that are available with different bowl sizes depending on customer requirements. The gas or electrically heated sterilisers provide optimum sanitising temperatures from between 85 to 194 degrees Centigrade and are suitable for heavy duty catering and industrial kitchens....

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For hands that cook dishes: protection to 537 degrees C

12 October 2010

Kool-Tek chefs’ gloves and accessories, from FEM, designed for the “ultimate heat protection” Protecting chefs and kitchen staff from heat hazards is a major health and safety issue. Now Foodservice Equipment Marketing (FEM) has launched the Kool-Tek range of chefs’ gloves and protectors, manufactured by San Jamar in the USA. San Jamar developed the extreme-temperature Kool-Tek products to offer what it calls “the ultimate in heat protection.”

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Coloured lids get waste sorted

15 September 2010

FEM’s new Probbax hands-free pedal bins prevent transfer of bacteria and simplify disposal The waste disposal area in a kitchen is a potential source of hazardous bacteria and cross contamination. Micro-organisms can be easily transferred by hand contact when emptying out waste and a further complication occurs when waste has to be disposed of by type, e.g. cooked, compostable, recyclable, etc.

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720 Servings In One Go

13 September 2010

  Foodservice Equipment Marketing launches the big Cambro UPCH 1600 food transporter Often banqueting kitchens are sited away from the main function area. In some cases cooked food has to be transported through a series of tortuous corridors, in and out of lifts, across courtyards and over outside paths. Throughout the journey, and while waiting to be served, the food needs to be held at safe temperatures. Insulated food transporters are the most common method used but for larger functions...

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