Falcon unveils successor to outgoing development chef Neil Roseweir

Neil Roseweir and Shaune Hall, development chef

Falcon Foodservice has announced that Shaune Hall will be joining the company as development chef, taking over from Neil Roseweir, who is retiring.

Born and raised in South Africa, Hall has many years of experience in the industry. Most recently he has been Head Chef Trainer at Forth Valley College in Stirling, where he was responsible for work-based apprenticeship programmes as well as managing the operations of the college’s catering unit.

Prior to that, Hall worked at some of the best restaurants in Scotland, South Africa and France, and has earned a wide range of awards, including two silver medals at the National Culinary World Cup in Luxembourg.

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“I am excited to be joining the team at Falcon,” said Hall. “Falcon is very highly regarded in the industry, and it’s an exciting time to join the company so soon after the launch of the F900 series. I’m looking forward to working with the design team on developing the next group of products.”

Barry Hill, marketing manager, said: “Shaune’s experience gives him a truly global perspective. He will be a tremendous asset to Falcon, from helping to identify and developing new products, demonstrating our range to customers and communicating the benefits of Falcon equipment to the wider foodservice industry.”

Falcon is the market-leading UK manufacturer of professional cooking equipment. With a company history going back nearly 200 years, Falcon now supplies operators throughout the catering industry, exporting around the globe.

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