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Lincat zooms into high-speed oven market with patent-pending UK-built offer

Cibo high-speed oven

Lincat has taken its first leap into the accelerated oven market with a completely new line of ovens branded ‘Cibo’ that are made at its factory in the UK.

The oven can serve up a wide range of perfectly-cooked food in less than three minutes, allowing operators to cook, toast and reheat multiple fresh and frozen items for full versatility.

Cibo uses a patent-pending combination of three different heat sources – convection, grill and a heated base – to deliver fast results. It operates from a 13-amp plug and is ventless, meaning it is suitable for a wide variety of cafés, bars, restaurants and quick-serve outlets, as well as event and mobile catering.

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Clear icons and an easy-to-use touchscreen mean Cibo can be operated by any kitchen staff, regardless of catering experience and skills.

To help users get off to a flying start, the unit comes with six, standard pre-set programmes, which can be tailored to individual menu requirements. Bespoke recipes can also be added, allowing for menu creativity.

Cibo is available in four colours – merlot, black metallic, champagne and teal – as well as stainless steel, making it a stylish solution for back bar counters and front-of-house, or kitchens.

Chef Sophie Piccirilli has been named the face of Cibo and she says her passion for food and menu creativity reflects the values of the new brand.

“Today’s foodservice industry is thriving. Exciting flavour fusions, authentic ingredients and accessible global culinary trends mean an increasing number of catering outlets are able to develop inspiring menus and attractive food offerings to entice customers. But speed and quality are crucial, with many facing pressure with production. To support their creative flair, they need reliable, technically-advanced equipment to deliver. Cibo is the perfect solution.”

Users can learn more about the ovens HERE.

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