Cornish Bakery chain keeps faith with Hoshizaki

Hoshizaki ice makers

Hoshizaki has supplied its newly-released, naturally refrigerated ice maker to The Cornish Bakery chain’s latest store at the Birmingham’s NEC.

The operator decided to opt for the IM21-CNE-HC model, which promises a 30% saving on energy costs, after using the brand’s kit in all 15 of its existing stores.

The Cornish Bakery chain was founded on the premise of freshly-made foods cooked to authentic recipes and according to CEO, Steve Grocutt, it believes in quality and transparency. “We use only the finest ingredients, which means our pasties, pastries and beverages are always delicious, and we invest in the best equipment which gives us ongoing reliability and faultless performance.”

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A Cornish Bakery shopfrontEach shop has a Hoshizaki IM-21CNE ice maker behind the counter for use in iced lattes, mochas, chocolates and shakes.

“I recall that Hoshizaki was recommended to me when I first started the company,” he says. “Clearly, going with them was the right decision as in all these years we have never had a problem. As new shops open, we always specify a Hoshizaki and know the machines are going to deliver an outstanding performance.”

With more than 30 shops now open, and with yet more in the pipeline, the Hoshizaki machines range in age from 15 years to one month.

The Cornish Bakery was previously been called Pasty Presto but, as customers and staff invariably referred to it by its generic name, Grocutt recently decided it was time to change and a rebrand is underway.

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