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Synergy and Adande combine kit to create Chill&Grill outdoor cooking solution

Chill&Grill outdoor cooking station

Synergy Grill Technology has teamed up with Adande to launch a ‘Chill&Grill’ outdoor cooking station.

The new unit is designed for chefs who are looking for an outdoor cooking solution that not only consists of a premium grill, but holds the produce in a perfectly chilled state, ready to be cooked.

The package includes a Synergy Trilogy grill, paired with the latest Adande fridge, housed in a wooden-finish cabinet which allows for gas bottle storage space.

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The duo said that customers would also benefit from two of the most efficient products around, with Synergy claiming to use almost 60% less energy than standard chargrills and Adande boasting an A+ energy rating.

Adande’s global sales director, Karl Hodgson, said: “It’s great to be able to work with another great British foodservice equipment brand, Synergy Grill Technology, and together bring further value to the hospitality sector.

“Synergy’s new Outdoor Cooking Station is a must-have for any venue looking to market its outdoor space as a dining option. This new profit-station will undoubtedly be a welcome necessity to those venues that want to entice customers back to the table, safely and enjoyably. Being innovative at this time is vital for everyone’s future growth and success.”

Synergy’s commercial and marketing director, Richard Ebbs, said the collaboration with Adande meant it was able to develop a unique solution ideal for the summer.

“As a brand, it is important for us to keep ahead of the curve with new product innovations, and our new Chill & Grill unit is a perfect example of this, allowing operators to tap into the thriving outdoor dining market in a safe, practical and sustainable way.”

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