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NAFEM Show 2019

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The NAFEM Show 2019 Planning Guide | Foodservice Equipment & Supplies 13 Fresh Blender, Multiplex Company Inc. A Midwestern c-store chain developed and tested a customized prototype self-serve beverage dispenser machine in its headquarters store and generated a full return on its investment in eight months. RinseWell Smart Eco Rinse, Nemco Food Equipment Ltd. A busy coffee drive-thru found a brewing solution that saves water and is easy to clean. Tobin Ellis Cocktail Dispenser, Perlick Corporation A customized cocktail dispensing system gave an independent restaurant/bar owner the freedom to keep its potions „owing (without settling) and added space behind the counter. BKI TC Fryer – Training Central, Standex Foodservice Equipment Group A regional fast-food chain selected a new fryer to its equipment platform that included a centralized training platform. The end result was a six-hour reduction in training time and the elimination of operator service calls. Companion Cart Portable Cleaning System, Stoelting Foodservice Equipment A portable cleaning system proved an effective solution for a group of foodservice operators that did not have direct access to plumbing facilities. Tabletop Corn Tortilla Machine Ventura Flex, Tortilla Masters Equipment LLC An executive chef incorporated this tabletop corn tortilla machine into the kitchen, which drastically reduced tortilla prep time. Modular Induction Dry Well Drop-Ins, Vollrath Company LLC After testing this dry well heating technology, a senior care facility found it helped maintain the quality and temperature of several different foods in one unit and reduced food waste. Vulcan Countertop Electric Fryer, Vulcan A national quick-service seafood chain improved fry times while maintaining food quality and reducing its kitchen footprint with a more ef‰cient fryer that can mount on refrigerator or freezer bases. KitchenConnect, Welbilt A restaurant management company introduced fryers with remote monitoring capabilities, which meant the group could access insights about the fryers' operations from multiple locations. This technology helped identify improvements that led to increased pro‰ts, higher quality fried food, and an annual 30 percent reduction in oil costs.

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