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HRC Birmingham show teases equipment highlights

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The latest catering equipment technology will be demonstrated at The Foodservice Show and The Professional Kitchen Show.

With one week to go until The Foodservice Show and The Professional Kitchen Show, which collectively form the Hotel, Restaurant and Catering (HRC) Show, organiser Fresh Montgomery has revealed some of the equipment highlights of the event.

Taking place on 22-23 January at Birmingham NEC, the co-located events (formerly the Great Hospitality Show) are aimed at hospitality industry professionals that want to discover new technologies.

The new Kitchenology zone will demonstrate the transformative potential of smart kitchen technology, plus the event will be an opportunity for buyers to meet with suppliers and test a range of products.

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Among the latest kitchen equipment and technology on show is Kitchen and Restaurant Projects Ltd’s Thermodyne 3000G – technology allowing operators to gently cook and hold foods overnight, which then holds at the perfect temperature for service; Janes Beverages Fusion2plus4 drinks station, offering planet-friendly still and sparkling drinks designed to tackle single use plastic products; Ecoburner’s waterless replacement to chafing dishes, EcoServe, said to be a safer, cleaner and greener alternative for hotel buffet offerings; and Reco Air Ltd’s kitchen extract recirculation units, in a range of configurations and sizes, providing flexibility for different kitchens and reducing fire risk.

Ross Carter, portfolio director at Fresh Montgomery, said: “With the UK’s best suppliers showcasing more than 1,000 products and a wealth of experiential features to discover, The Foodservice Show and The Professional Kitchen Show is the opportunity for industry professionals to prepare for 2019 and beyond. Get your tickets now to avoid disappointment.”

Catering equipment exhibitors include: Aluline, Atosa Catering Equipment, BGL Rieber, Catering Equipment Ltd, Caterquotes, CESA, Charvet Premier Ranges, Control Induction, DCA Equipment, EauVation, Eco Pure Waters, Ecoburner, Environmental Products & Services, First Choice Group, Hoshizaki UK, IMC, Induced Energy, JM Posner, Kitchen & Restaurant Projects, Krupps, Meiko UK, Osborne Refrigerators, QCR Recycling Equipment, Rational UK, Reco-Air, Robot-Coupe, S&S Northern, Smeg, Synergy Grill, T&C Woodware, Valentine Equipment, Victor Manufacturing, Welbilt, Williams Refrigeration, and Zerica.

Catering Insight and its sister publication, Foodservice Equipment Journal, can also be found on stand 250 throughout the show.

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