FRIMA beats sustainability drum


FRIMA will put is full weight behind marketing its multifunctional VarioCooking Center multificiency at Hotelympia, the company has confirmed.

With the market for multifunctional cooking systems beginning to face increasing competition, Frima is eager to espouse the sustainability qualities of its flagship product line, which it says is built with 98% recyclable materials.

The VarioCooking Center can replace up to three conventional cooking appliances as it combines all the functions of a fryer, griddle, bratt pan, kettle, titling pan and pressure cooker in one unit.

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This means that 40% less steel is used during manufacture, 50% less packaging is required and the CO² emissions during transportation are reduced by 50%, according to the manufacturer.

It also reckons that as fewer appliances are needed due to the unit’s functionality, chefs can save up to 30% kitchen space and reduce the size of their extractor system.

FRIMA says the VarioBoost heating system cuts power consumption by up to 40%. The pan is heated from 0°C to 200°C in just 90 seconds, searing meat fast, sealing in the juices resulting in a reduction of up to 20% in raw ingredients used.

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