American Metalcraft has added more accessories to its Vidacasa temperature-controlled buffetware to diversify the line and enhance buffet presentations.
The range was first introduced in 2014 and is said to work independently of electricity, cords, gels, fire or ice to keep food hot or cold.
Completely modular, Vidacasa includes components that can mix and match with one another quickly to alter tablescapes.
The latest editions comprise stainless steel and wood crates hold one or two hot or cold cells. Stainless steel styles are available in solid satin or hammered finishes and also hammered open-frame designs. Wood crates are available in black, bamboo, natural and vintage colours. New bamboo frames fit over square or rectangular Vidacasa bases.
Furthermore, new porcelain serving vessels include a rectangular narrow-rimmed platter and square or rectangular bowls that are 2 ¾” deep. All porcelain pieces are designed to work with hot or cold cells to keep buffet food at optimal temperatures. American Metalcraft has also added an insulated carrying bag with six individual slots to transport hot or cold cells.
The American Metalcraft brand is available through Pro Foodservice Reps in the UK.