Digital edition of FEJ March now available

The March edition of Foodservice Equipment Journal is now out and available as a free-to-download digital edition.

This month’s FEJ is a ‘not-to-be missed’ issue for group buyers of foodservice equipment as we investigate how some of the biggest brands in the business are running their back-of-house catering operations.

The head of Fuller’s kitchen operation takes us behind the pass at one of the busiest pubs in the country to explain why a focus on quality equipment has led to his company increasing its kitchen budget, while fast-growing contract caterer Amadeus — part of the giant NEC Group — discusses the importance of sourcing the right equipment as it takes on more sites.

As the UK’s largest pub and restaurant group, Mitchells & Butlers has set aside £35m for refurbishing almost 100 Orchid pubs that it acquired last year, so we take a look at the group’s forthcoming plans as well as shine a light on the expansion of a string of high street names from the casual dining sector.

Our in-depth ‘sector focus’ this month is an essential read for the buyers at McDonald’s, Subway, Greggs et al as we assess what the modern-day QSR needs from a foodservice equipment supplier.

If that isn’t enough, we reveal what the introduction of energy labelling on commercial refrigeration products — due into force in 2016 — means for chain purchasers and dispel 10 energy efficient myths around the world of catering equipment.

Expert opinion pieces on balancing the buyer-supplier relationship and the significance of third party approval when specifying kitchen fire suppression systems, meanwhile, will leave purchasers even more informed on topics important to their role.

Click here to download the March digital edition of Foodservice Equipment Journal for free.






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