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March issue of Catering Insight is now online

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The March issue of Catering Insight leads with news of a major step-change for Classeq.

The March issue of Catering Insight is now available to read online in digital format.

This edition of the magazine, which is free to access, leads with Classeq’s extensive refresh of its product portfolio and branding, the biggest step change in its history.

Read about how to beat Amazon at its own game, as the internet giant prepares to move into the commercial catering equipment sector more extensively.

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GastroNorth directors Tim Whitfield and Richard Toye reveal how the distributor’s new Gastrolab demonstration, modelled on a modern gastropub, is vital to the company’s success.

Berkeley Projects and MKN detail how they teamed up for a major installation at the historic Grocers’ Hall in London.

Read about Rational’s Frima integration, the combi oven manufacturer’s new dealer loyalty scheme structure, and MD Simon Lohse’s plans for the future.

Refrigeration manufacturers detail the latest bottle cooler trends and requirements distributors need to look out for, while sous vide unit suppliers comment on why this cooking method should be specified over others.

Plus, microwave suppliers explain why it’s not time to wave goodbye to these quick cook marvels.

To view the digital edition click here.

Catering Insight is free to all catering equipment professionals. If you are not already receiving your monthly print copy, you can activate your subscription here.

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