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Counter units bring flexibility to school catering operation that feeds 1,700

Counter units bring flexibility to school catering operation that feeds 1,700

Catering equipment firm Moffat has helped a school freshen up its dining service with movable counter units. The aim of the units was to allow Stockport Grammar school to set up and clear away its catering service quickly so the space could be used for other activities. Catering to breakfast and lunchtime menus for 1,700

Rational announces series of live events as it looks to the future of foodservice

Rational has launched a series of live events called ‘Tomorrow’s Kitchen’, with an aim to show how the latest equipment can benefit the industry. The live events want to cover specific areas in order to outline how multifunctional technology can help improve sectors in the industry such as healthcare or hotel banqueting. At each event,

Industry bodies tackle fire suppression fears affecting commercial kitchen builds

Ceda have announced the launch of their latest catering equipment industry technical document, titled ‘Interface between fire-fighting systems and other systems in commercial kitchens’, which is jointly published by the Fire Industry Association (FIA). The document is intended to offer guidance to suppliers of catering equipment who are often required to provide fire protection systems and

INTERVIEW: Testo’s Warren Mansfield-Smith on why restaurant chains can’t afford to neglect kitchen due diligence

Food safety is imperative for all restaurant chains, but the good news is that operators no longer have to get bogged down in piles of paperwork. Hampshire-based Testo Limited, which has been operating for 30 years as the UK subsidiary of Testo AG, is one of the leading instrumentation makers driving change in this area

Software that can slash peak kitchen loads by up to 40% comes to the UK

Software that can slash peak kitchen loads by up to 40% will be made available to restaurants in the UK after a partnership between Cuisine-Europe and Sicotronic. The agreement will see Cuisine-Europe exclusively offer the German energy optimisation company’s solutions to customers running commercial kitchens in the UK. The energy efficiency specialist investigates and measures electrical consumption and changes

Rational connects combi ovens to the cloud

Rational has expanded its range of services to introduce ConnectedCooking, a state-of-the-art cloud-based networking solution for professional kitchens. Designed for Rational group customers, networking is available for both Rational and Frima units and opens up numerous possibilities for making everyday kitchen work safer, simpler, and more convenient. Chain operations can also manage all connected units

Records key in restaurant hygiene ratings battle

Food businesses are being urged to ensure their pest control records stand up to the test after a report published by commercial insurer NFU Mutual last week revealed how improving hygiene strategy can lead to better ratings. Pest experts insist proper reporting procedures can be crucial when it comes to inspectors’ assessments. Dee Ward-Thompson, of

Diners show a clean pair of heels to dirty kitchens

Restaurants that routinely fail to meet kitchen hygiene obligations have been warned that their businesses face “dire consequences”. Analysis in The Guardian found that one in seven takeaways in the UK have failed food hygiene inspections, exposing the potentially crippling cost of getting food safety wrong. The report, based on Food Standards Agency data, found

Navitas unveils kitchen safety ‘game-changer’

Navitas has launched a kitchen ‘Smartprobe’, which it claims is a game-changer in the foodservice industry. The device has been designed to streamline the key processes involved with foodservice from one-man deli counters up to a multi-location airport lounge set-up. The Smartprobe was developed in association with the De Montfort University Design Unit, led by

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