Caffe Culture to showcase latest cafe sector technology

The latest coffee shop technology will be on show at this year's Caffe Culture.

Visitors to this year’s Caffe Culture show will be able to see much new coffee shop industry-focused equipment.

The exhibition, held on 23-24 May at Olympia London, is said to be the cafe sector’s shop front for innovation and trends

Caffè Culture show event director Chris Holman says: “There is no other business event that focuses specifically on the needs of the coffee shop and café market. No wonder so many suppliers and manufacturers choose this show as their major launch platform of the year.”

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Equipment product launches include: Lincat’s latest generation FilterFlow water boiler models with enhanced self diagnostics, smaller footprints, timer modes and longer life filter cartridges; SHOP UPster from Meiko UK, featuring UPster U400, U500 and pass through H500 models, with optional extras including baskets, chemicals, fixed priced installation, tabling modifications and disposal of old machines. All machines come with a 24-month warranty as standard and free installation.

Furthermore, the latest energy saving Advantage warewashers from Nelson Catering Equipment will be on show, plus its kitchen and counter design and installation services; elsewhere, the Everpure Conserv 75E reverse osmosis system on Pentair Food Service’s stand is designed to bring the benefits of RO water to coffee applications. It combines a carbon filter, scale inhibition, calcite feeder and blending to create the right balance of minerals to prevent both corrosion and scale formation.

Rational will be highlighting its smallest ever unit – the SelfCookingCenter XS for intelligent commercial cooking; while Scanomat will bring its TopBrewer fresh coffee tap, the new TopBrewer Cold Brew unit to supply cold brew on tap, and the latest M2M (machine to machine) and mobile payment solutions to the show.

Also, Sambazon will highlight its Açai bowl machine and Bianchi Industry will showcase its new coffee machines including Diva, which has a 32” LCD touch screen display with over 350 drink, flavour and topping combinations, and Moda, with self-service settings.

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