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Category: Catering Equipment

Is your business ready for summer?

Author Aidan
Posted On 22nd May 2019

Summer Offerings Banner

With the unpredictable British weather already starting to heat up, it’s a good time to start planning your summer offerings.

2019 is set to be a hot one, with the UK already experiencing the hottest Easter weekend on record – hitting 25 degrees – it was a scorcher!

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At least 4.4 billion plastic straws are estimated to be thrown away every year. That’s a staggering amount of waste for a product we use once!

The trend of moving towards more eco friendly alternatives to plastics and more sustainable products is continuing, helping the environment and reducing wastage. Larger chains like Disney, McDonalds, Starbucks, Pret a Manger and Wagamama have been either completely replacing plastic straws for paper – or at least offering them as an alternative.

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Keep your kitchen safe from a fly invasion!

Author Aidan
Posted On 25th April 2019

The Flying Enemy

It’s that time of year again; where the temperatures are rising, we have more daylight hours, and flies are on a mission to get into your kitchen. The abundance of heat, food and places to hide are just too much of a temptation for them, and measures need to be taken to keep your kitchen clean and hygienic.

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How to colour code your kitchen

Author Aidan
Posted On 11th April 2019

Colour Code Your Kitchen
A well run and organised commercial kitchen space needs to be streamlined, safe and incredibly clean. Not only to meet hygiene standards, but the exacting demands of the 21st-century consumer.

Colour coding is a crucial part in preventing cross contamination between different food types, including raw and cooked foods that could cause food poisoning.
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Roband Sycloid Toaster Demonstration

Author Aidan
Posted On 27th March 2019

Recently we were treated to some toast, demonstrated by the Roband Sycloid 5RST500A Conveyor Toaster. This product offers a number of useful features that enable toasting up to 500 slices per hour, as well as bun halves up to 30mm thick – all in one sleek and compact unit.

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Gastronorm Sizes – What do they all mean?

Author Aidan
Posted On 21st March 2019

Gastronorm Sizes Guide CS Catering

When looking for your next piece of catering equipment, you will often see products labelled with a “GN” number. GN is short for Gastronorm, which is used to measure the size of trays, pans and containers that are created to an industry standard.

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Vegan Friendly and Viral

Author Aidan
Posted On 12th March 2019

Demand for meat-free food increased by 87% in 2017, and last year the UK launched more vegan products than any nation. And that shows that our tastes and ethical values may be changing, with some opting to cut out meat for health reasons, some are doing it to try something different, and others for the ethical reasons behind it.

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British Yorkshire Pudding Day 2019

Author Aidan
Posted On 1st February 2019

Yorkshire Pudding Day 2019

Some might say the best food to come out of Yorkshire, the classic British Yorkshire Pudding is often enjoyed across the United Kingdom, alongside a traditional Sunday lunch.

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The magic of the food dehydrator

Author Aidan
Posted On 18th January 2019

Food Dehydrator Blog Post

The technique of dehydrating food has been around for hundreds of years, but the way it’s been done has evolved into a tried, tested and automated process.

It’s one of the oldest methods of food preservation, involving removing all of the moisture from food. Historically this was done using the power of the sun to provide a constant source of heat.

You may have seen dried fruits available at your local supermarket, but did you know there’s a lot of different types of food that can be dehydrated?

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