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Synergy Grill Technology overhauls website to match new branding

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Synergy Grill Technology’s new website homepage.

Synergy Grill Technology has launched a simplified new website which complements the company’s recent rebranding. 

In addition to undergoing an aesthetic makeover, Synergy’s modern website features a number of new tools and pages such as exclusive user areas, recipe pages and a cost savings calculator.

When using the calculator, an operator will be able to gauge a more accurate understanding of the fuel savings they could make when switching to a Synergy Grill, in addition to other savings such as labour and maintenance. On average, customers save over £1,000 on fuel per year, when switching to Synergy, with some customers claiming they save as much as £3,000, per year, in overall costs.

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The new website will also be home to a library of brand-new grilling accessories which includes slow cook shelves and resting shelves.

Justin Cadbury, chairman and CEO of Synergy Grill said: “As a brand driven by pioneering technology, it was hugely important to us that we created a website that not only looked the part, but played the part.

“We hope that both end users and dealers will find Synergy’s improved website as easy to follow as it is to use one of our grills. We also hope that visitors find the new website as inspiring as it is informative.”

Synergy Grill’s patented technology atomises any fat produced during the grilling process. As the fat atomises, moisture that comes from the food also turns into steam which penetrates back into the food to produce good texture and taste. This atomisation also eradicates the need for a fat tray, and therefore, removes the task of cleaning, along with the environmentally damaging disposal of waste fat.

The manufacturer will be adding new products and accessories to the new website over the next couple of months.

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