A-Z of top catering equipment stands (F-H)

Hoshizaki Gram will use show to preview "game changer"

First Choice Group: Stand 250

The Great Hospitality Show provides First Choice Group with a platform to share the knowledge and experience that has elevated the company to its position as the largest supplier of catering equipment spare parts in the UK. Its database currently holds details for more than 1m parts while its imminent move to a new £4m purpose-built HQ will allow it to hold more stock and improve its same-day dispatch service. The company is an official working partner and approved supplier of Brita Professional, which will be showcasing its new water filter system – the Purity C Steam.


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Frima: Stand 320

Frima’s latest 112L VarioCooking Center, a two-pan unit, each with a capacity of 25litres, will be available to view on its stand. The counter top 112L is designed to be truly multifunctional: it can replace griddles, kettles, bratt pans, large pots and fryers and can be used to fry, deep fry, boil and confit.

Frima's 112L VarioCooking Center

The two pans are said to offer maximum flexibility, while the 50litre capacity should provide sufficient frying surface and boiling capacity even at peak times. The height of the pan base is ergonomically designed to make it easy for chefs to work with, which Frima says is an important benefit compared to tilting pans or other multifunctional appliances.

Grande Cuisine: Stand 620

Grande Cuisine will be launching a new induction based buffet system from Adventys, as well as showcasing other Adventys products including built-in and countertop induction units.

Capic W296513 with Eco Flam and pan

Capic gas tops and ranges incorporating Eco Flam technology will also be on show on stand 620.


Hobart Cooking Solutions: Stand 820

The Great Hospitality Show is the first time that dealers will see Hobart’s next generation of Bonnet combi ovens, featuring industry leading advancements that are designed to make life that much easier in the kitchen for caterers from all sectors. Dealers can expect even better energy savings and time efficiencies, according to director Simon Merrick. “We’ve built up our equipment range across the board and have a credible ‘Good, Better, Best’ offering, meaning we can help kitchens with all budgets and work with dealers and consultants to provide a comprehensive solution to all caterers.”

Hobart Warewash: Stand 820

Hobart’s warewashing team faces a busy Great Hospitality Show. As well as outlining its latest range of equipment, the company has a longstanding partnership with Salon Culinaire and will be taking care of the warewashing requirements for fine dining team challenge, La Parade des Chefs.

Hobart Warewash

On its stand, meanwhile, the company will be showing its brand new compact undercounter warewasher, specifically designed for use in the care sector.

Hoshizaki Gram: Stand 720

The Great Hospitality Show will see the true integration of both Gram and Hoshizaki, operating under the proposed new company name of Hoshizaki UK. Not only does this “synergise” the brands but it will allow the combined business to assist the growth and development of the emerging UK hospitality market even further, according to the firm.


Hoshizaki UK will use event as a platform to offer a sneak preview of a brand new “game-changing” product in advance of its true launch date some time in 2017. Hoshizaki UK will also be showcasing a range of its key product portfolio with something with something on offer for every budget.

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