Cofresco Foodservice is expanding its range of Wrapmaster dispensers, with the launch of the new Wrapmaster 3000.
The new Wrapmaster 3000 is just 30cm wide and developed for high volume users of film, foil, as well as baking parchment.
Said to be 17% lighter and 28% smaller than its predecessor, it is designed to be more portable and easier to use and reload to meet the demands of a tough kitchen environment.
Adrian Brown, MD of Cofresco Foodservice said: “Within a number of foodservice sectors, chefs and caterers are regularly servicing a high level of consumers in a limited space. We were asked to create a dispenser that can meet these high volume needs, with as small a footprint as possible and the new Wrapmaster 3000 does just this. It’s everything that has made Wrapmaster the number one brand in foodservice but smaller, lighter and better in every way.”
Available from June 2018, the unit features a new patented lock and key mechanism for refilling, which is also claimed to deliver a 25% cost saving.
Brown added: “Every dispenser is rigorously tried and tested by chefs before it’s launched – and the Wrapmaster 3000 is no different. In a 3-week restaurant trial, it used 20% less cling film, 25% less foil and 25% less parchment compared to a cardboard cutter box. Less tangles means less waste and as a result is far better for budgets too – it may be small but it will have a big impact on kitchens.”
The dispenser has a concealed blade, designed for safe, speedy cutting, and should be robust and shatter resistant. It is also said to be easy to wipe clean during service and be easily disinfected in a commercial dishwasher to minimise cross-contamination.
Wrapmaster is part of Cofresco Foodservice, a division of Melitta UK Ltd.