Cooking articles

Kitchens pack in prime cooking equipment to max out menus

Kitchens pack in prime cooking equipment to max out menus

The ever-broadening tastes of customers and a growing need to keep menus varied means the appetite for operators to adopt a wide range of core cooking equipment is as strong as ever, it has been claimed. Manufacturers suggest few operators can afford to be without the full repertoire of prime cooking equipment if they want

Signature FSE boosts portfolio with environmentally-friendly French brand

Food service equipment supplier, Signature FSE, has added to its portfolio with French manufacturer, Chasseur. Chasseur manufactures cast-iron cookware, with each product being made from over 40% of recycled material. In the manufacturing process, moulds are broken down to be re-used in the foundry which has filtration systems in place to reduce any potential pollution

Welbilt confirms plans to launch first culinary masterclasses in Ireland

Welbilt is launching its first culinary masterclasses in Ireland after partnering up with local distributor partner ABC Services. The sessions will be dedicated to Welbilt’s Convotherm and Merrychef brands and provide an invaluable insight for end-users in helping them discover the latest product technology and innovations. Initial dates at the new site are Tuesday 18 September

MIWE flashes ultra-fast hybrid oven for grab-and-go operators

German bakery equipment manufacturer MIWE has launched a compact hybrid oven that is designed to help operators benefit from the sale of warm snacks in-store.   With the food-to-go market experiencing rapid growth, operators such as convenience stores and petrol stations, have recognised the need for equipment that can produce freshly baked bread and hot,

Mareno’s UK importer takes on more stock to overcome seasonal supply challenges

Grande Cuisine has assured operators using Mareno cooking suites that their needs will be catered for over the summer months following its move to boost stockholding in the UK. The company, which recently took on the Mareno brand, said it is “significantly” expanding the number of products held in the UK to meet growing demand