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Master Chefs of Great Britain award Falcon’s Neil Roseweir top accolade

30 November 2015

At the 2015 Master Chefs of Great Britain lunch, held on 19 October at Prestonfield House in Edinburgh, the Association awarded a Peter Jukes Memorial Fellowship to Neil Roseweir, development chef at Falcon Foodservice Equipment. Peter Jukes Memorial Fellowships are rarely awarded, and when they are, they tend to go to restaurant chefs.  Judges said: “This award is given to chefs who have demonstrated their ability to remain at the very top of their profession, whether that be in the...

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CESA Conference Weaves its Webb

19 August 2015

Outstanding speaker platform set to deliver insight and inspiration The speaker platform for the 2015 CESA Conference is set to deliver an insightful, topical, influential and entertaining programme. This year’s theme, ‘Teamwork Makes Great Business’, underlines the increasing collaboration between manufacturers, suppliers and operators to meet the challenges the industry faces and, once again, CESA is running the Conference in association with the FCSI and the BHA, in addition to the Cedabond and ENSE buying groups

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CESA Heavy Duty Equipment Forum: the latest catering technologies, in a day

13 August 2015

Thursday October 1st 2015, Whittlebury Hall Hotel, Towcester, Northants Catering equipment manufacturers are developing new, more efficient and ever more innovative technologies to store, prepare, cook and wash. Most are designed to help operators meet the enormous challenges of rising energy costs, skill shortages, the demand for better quality food, the quest for points of difference and increasingly diverse menus. However, finding the time to learn about these latest developments is almost impossible for busy foodservice professionals. That’s why CESA...

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Stick to the Spec:

2 June 2015

Substituting cheaper kit is undermining the catering equipment supply chain network, warns CESA CESA is raising the thorny issue of sticking to the specification. The Association says that several of its members have complained that projects they have worked on are having cheaper equipment substituted, after the specifications have been set, in order to save money and maintain margins. Often the changes are made with little or no consultation with the customer or specifier, let alone the equipment supplier. “If...

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Grants for equipment manufacturers exhibiting at Host 2015

15 May 2015

Companies considering exhibiting should contact CESA as soon as possible CESA has been successful in obtaining fifteen exhibitor grants of £1,500 each for the Host Exhibition in Milan, from the 23rd to 27th of October 2015. Host is Europe’s largest and most important catering equipment show, with over 133,000 trade visitors and 1,700-plus exhibitors.

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