The June 2018 issue of Foodservice Equipment Journal is now online and available to read as a free digital edition.
This month’s edition, which can be downloaded HERE, features a special guide to the Commercial Kitchen show, with exclusive insight to the seminars taking place at the event and a rundown of the key catering equipment launches planned by some of the most innovative catering equipment suppliers in the business.
The Commercial Kitchen show takes place on 5-6 June and will see thousands of industry professionals descend on the NEC in Birmingham to talk business and explore new developments in kitchen applications. Our guide gives visitors a glimpse of what they can expect to see at this unmissable industry trade event.
Elsewhere in the July issue, we meet up with BaxterStorey’s chef director, Matt Hay, who offers a fascinating insight to the challenges that the company faces from a kitchen perspective as the physical space of catering environments shrinks and consumer eating behaviour changes.
In his role, reporting directly to the CEO’s office, Mr Hay has a bird’s eye view of BaxterStorey’s culinary strategy and the initiatives it is rolling out to lead the way in workplace catering.
Meanwhile, JD Wetherspoon founder, Tim Martin, discusses his chain’s recent decision to quit social media and offers his comments on a number of industry topics, including the growth of food sales through his kitchens and the prospect of JDW reaching 1,000 sites.
Additionally, features on Winterhalter and Marren Group shed light on how service requirements in the catering market are changing, while we delve into the outdoor cooking and ice machine sectors to identify the key trends shaping these markets.