Baron does its best to keep prices down despite component hikes

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Cooking equipment manufacturer Baron has said that new product developments and prices for 2021 will take effect from 1 March 2021.

The company has avoided implementing an overall percentage increase – instead all product lines have been thoroughly investigated to keep any hikes to a minimum.

Any increases are largely linked to rising costs of internal components.

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The latest product catalogue will include a raft of new additions to its Queen, Queen7, Serie 600 and Serie Giano ranges, including planchas, electric grills and fry top inserts.

These will join other new products that it has introduced in the last few months for the Horizon-III/Horizon-III Slim oven range and Alaska/Rime/Mistral refrigerated cabinets and static preparation lines.

Anthony Aris, managing director at UK importer Universal Foodservice Equipment, said: “We will do everything we can to hold any already quoted projects and products in order to ensure minimal disruption to our consultant and distributor partners in the UK.

“As the originator of the Baron brand to the UK market 20 years ago, we are delighted to retain their confidence and support.”

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