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CST’s new DECT handset protects at-risk staff with precise location and lone-worker facilities

20 February 2012

HOTELYMPIA STOP PRESS Stand S1936, Hotelympia, ExCeL London, 26 Feb – 1 Mar 2012 CST has expanded its range of wireless communication devices to include the C3110P DECT handset, which provides an effective lone worker protection system with accurate positioning.  The C3110P works as a personal alarm, enabling staff to initialise panic and staff alarms or remote monitoring directly from the handset, and also functions as a phone, radio and pager.

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Tall, dark and handsome

16 February 2012

The new Deco Tall Cup from Gaggia Gaggia has launched the Deco Tall Cup, the latest version of its top of the range Deco espresso machine. The Deco Tall Cup combines the stylishly, stunning aesthetics and incredible functionality of the Deco range with added versatility. The Deco Tall Cup is designed to produce perfect coffee time after time in either a mug or a small espresso cup.

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A slice of the Olympics

16 February 2012

Introducing Sirman’s Anniversario Flywheel Olympic Slicer from FEM Pre-sliced and pre-packed meats are expensive and don’t always offer the best in flavour and freshness. Slicing fresh produce in house offers greater control over portion size, as well as maximising profit and reducing wastage. The new Sirman Anniversario Flywheel Olympic Slicer, available from Foodservice Equipment Marketing (FEM), produces perfect slices time after time. It looks great, too.

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15 February 2012

Rationalising cooking in East Sussex schools East Sussex County Council is installing the new Rational SelfCookingCenter® whitefficiency® in all its kitchen refits   East Sussex County Council is responsible for approximately 20,000 school meals per day. The watchwords of the catering department are efficiency and quality. About three years ago East Sussex began replacing older kitchen equipment with Rational SelfCookingCenters.

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Iced coffee – it’s a smooth drink for cool customers

10 February 2012

Foodservice Equipment Marketing’s Tempest blender is a whizz at making iced FEM’s Hamilton Beach Tempest blender is a whizz behind the counter in any coffee shop or café. It’s fast, reliable and powerful, mixing up an iced coffee or similar drink in just 12 seconds. The recent explosion of coffee shops on the high street has meant that anyone offering hot beverages has had to up their game to keep hold of market share. But, in the summer especially, not...

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