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Middleby buys ventless cooking supplier as operators look to lower kitchen costs

Middleby buys ventless cooking supplier as operators look to lower kitchen costs

Manufacturer thinks the “significant costs” associated with the installation of traditional ventilation will drive shift in operator purchasing decisions

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

Ex-McDonald’s exec John Upton takes ‘Ronseal’ approach to unlocking sustainable growth

Industry veteran John Upton says it is vital for operators to be able to build a brand with sustainable growth potential – and that means being candid about the strengths and weaknesses associated with their business.   Upton, now the chairman of food-to-go brands Mother Clucker and The Naked Deli, said how experience working as managing

Monika stays smart under new branding as it gets set to unveil next generation of mobile kitchen products

Digital food safety and compliance expert Monika has unveiled its new branding strapline ‘Stay safe, smart & connected’. The company, which has offices in the UK, Australia and the Middle East, wants the new strapline to show commitment to food safety and compliance. The branding pre-empts a release of new mobile products which aim to

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,

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