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Surge in sales for paper straws

22 January 2018

Parsley in Time expands its range of sustainable, ‘suck-proof’, straws Parsley in Time has expanded its selection of paper straws.  Its new Monochrome range features a choice of straws, available in stylish black and white colourways.  They can be purchased in both  200mm (8”) and 114mm (4.5”) lengths, with a manufacturer’s regulation bore of 6mm, giving customers more choice for high quality, environmentally friendly alternatives to plastic straws. 

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TwinSet is hunky dory for warewashing at Belton Garden Centre

8 August 2013

Winterhalter passthrough machines save energy and give ‘brilliant’ results Garden Centres are becoming major catering destinations.  At Belton Garden Centre, Lincolnshire, when owners Karen and Graham Elkington decided to rebuild their small coffee shop they knew they would be handling large numbers, which was why they would need warewashing equipment that could cope.  In the event, the new catering facilities are serving up to 800 people a day – and the huge quantities of dirty crocks, glasses, cutlery and utensils...

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New refrigerant offers Precision a greener alternative with improved performance

25 April 2013

Precision trials new Honeywell Solstice N40 refrigerant Precision products have one of the lowest carbon footprints in the commercial refrigeration sector and the company is continuously investigating greener ways of production. So when Climalife UK introduced Honeywell’s Solstice N40 refrigerant, Precision ran a comparative test with their existing refrigerant to see if Solstice N40 would be a greener alternative. “Ensuring that we remain at the forefront of green technologies is important, not just for Precision but for our customers,” says...

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Chilled, stylish and environmentally friendly – Eau de Vie fits the bill at Quo Vadis

28 November 2011

Eau de Vie bottled water system cuts down on recycling at Quo Vadis, London  Located in Dean Street in London’s Soho, Quo Vadis serves modern British food from a menu which changes daily.  Founded in 1926, Quo Vadis was acquired by restaurateur brothers Sam and Eddie Hart in 2008, and lovingly restored to its former glory. The stylish and elegant venue was named Tatler Restaurant of the Year in 2009. In London, The Hart Group also operates renowned Spanish restaurant...

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