Falcon Foodservice Equipment will be focusing on the school market for the updated version of the Lainox Naboo combi steamer at this year’s LACA Main Event.
The manufacturer will be on stand M25 at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole between 11-13 July demonstrating why it thinks combi ovens’ ease of use, speed and flexibility are suited to the menu variety and short meal service timeframe of most schools.
The new Naboo’s 10” colour display control panel has been reconfigured to make it easier for chefs to find the basic mode they want. Convection, steaming and combination can now be found on the control panel’s home page, so users can tap the screen and go. The panel features drag and drop tablet-style functionality and users can configure the home page, for example to give easy access to frequently used recipes for quick-start, one-touch cooking.
Software updates include an upgrade to the Naboo’s Just-in-Time (JiT) cooking process, which should help to cook more different types of food simultaneously.
With the connected kitchen being an increasing focus for many operators, the Naboo gives users internet access to the Lainox Cloud to manage an oven’s operation and recipes. Changes can be made on a central computer and then synchronised to an oven, or multiple ovens, simultaneously.
Falcon’s school catering specialists will be on stand throughout The Main Event to talk about the new Naboo’s features and benefits.