A-Z of top catering equipment stands (T-W)

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T&G Woodware will be featuring a range of new products

T&G Woodware: Stand 518

Kitchenware supplier T&G is urging visitors not to miss its exciting new product launches, which it feels reflect the trends for individuality and creating that special dining experience. The growth of healthy eating, the importance of fresh produce and quirky presentation have been some of the most important influences for the new T&G products, enhancing the desire for relaxed dining and a casual atmospheres. Established in 1975, the firm has a variety of products that are designed to be durable and easy to use, whether they are for front of house or back of house, table service or tools.


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Testo: Stand 523

Testo’s stand will highlight its wide range of equipment for food safety whilst cooking and catering which will help operators meet HACCP requirements and reassure them they are cooking food safely. The manufacturer’s instruments include temperature monitoring systems, data loggers, HACCP management systems, thermometers, cooking oil testers, PH meters and much more.


Testo’s 270 Cooking Oil Tester allows the user to determine within seconds whether cooking oil needs changing, while the Testo Saveris 2 Wi-Fi Data Loggers continuously measure temperature and humidity and wirelessly transmit the measurement data to the cloud.

Thunder Group UK: Stand 546

Following its entry into the UK market earlier this year, the Thunder Group will be demonstrating its quality at competitive prices on its stand.

Colour melamine crockery and PC Diamond Tublers

First established in 1956, the manufacturer produces melamine crockery and displayware, as well as plastic (PC, PP, PE, SAN material) products like drinkwares, food pans, containers, bus boxes, cutlery boxes, service trolleys and tongs.

Valentine Equipment/Cuisinequip: Stand 520

Valentine and sister company Cuisinequip will exhibit a wide range of fryers and induction equipment, as well as Bottene fresh pasta machines, Omas precision slicers and the innovative LoCooker. The stand will showcase the Inver pasta maker from Bottene, which is suitable for smaller operations, and German-engineered induction from Locher, including modular elements from the 700 Series.


The LoCooker replaces the need for several other systems including those bain maries, sous vide machines and combi steamers and is powered from a standard 13A socket.

Victor Manufacturing: Stand 349

Victor Manufacturing’s overall aim is to demonstrate the strong visual appeal of all the units it manufactures and show that, with the right merchandisers, operators can make their product offerings stand out to customers and boost sales.


Victor will be exhibiting the latest versions of the Evolution range at the show. These retail merchandising units are high specification, heated, refrigerated and ambient.

Walnut Creative: Stand 751

Specialist foodservice equipment marketing agency Walnut Creative will be designing a ‘roadshow office’ setting on its stand to give its clients and prospects an insight into the services it offers, the value it can add to business. Director Glen Crossland said: “It’s been an amazing year for the company and what better way to kick off our second year than being at the biggest UK foodservice trade show for 2017. We’re planning a quirky exhibition stand and our plans are taking shape already. Keep a look out for giveaways, competitions and much more.”

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