Cooking equipment specialist Unox is planning an innovative showcase at this year’s Commercial Kitchen show.
The event will be held at London’s ExCel on 23-24 September alongside sister shows lunch! and Casual Dining.
On stand C4 at Commercial Kitchen, Unox will be exhibiting its latest innovations to help kitchen staff overcome their everyday challenges, including a first look at the Multi.Day Hot Vacuum pump, which can support kitchen scheduling by vacuum sealing hot food in minutes.
The hot vacuum pump uses never-seen-before technology to vacuum seal hot food inside Unox trays at service temperature.
It can work alongside the brand’s Evereo hot fridge to give food producers, caterers and retailers the opportunity to preserve hot food trays safely for up to 72 hours.
It is also suitable for central production units to seal Unox Multi.Day trays, before transporting hot food to satellite kitchens safely and with no spillage.
Using state-of-the-art technology developed by the company’s R&D team in Italy, the Multi.Day Hot Vacuum is suitable for everything from meat and pasta dishes, to rice and root vegetables.
In addition, business development chef Duncan Parsonage will be on-stand showcasing the added-value opportunities provided by both the Evereo hot fridge and Bakerlux Speed.Pro speed baking oven.
He will be demonstrating dishes from breakfast through to dinner using both pieces of equipment, as well as showing how the Multi.Day Hot Vacuum pump can be used alongside Evereo to preserve hot food at service temperature for days – providing an innovative solution to bulk production and hot storage of meats, rice and pasta dishes, sauces and much more.
Members of the Unox team will be available to showcase the manufacturer’s Data Driven Cooking ethos, supporting kitchen staff with enhanced analytics and reporting to help optimise the performance of key products including the Cheftop Mind.Maps range of combi ovens and Bakerlux Shop.Pro convection ovens.
Unox also recently launched EmiXion 2030, a new multi-million-pound plan to achieve net zero carbon emissions across the global business by 2030, which includes significant investment in the UK business. The strategy includes a series of initiatives including the introduction of electric vehicles, biogas trucks and on-site renewable energy generation at the company’s Italian HQ, with plans to move to a new green office facility in the UK in early 2022.