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Commercial Kitchen opens for registrations: with spotlight on sustainability and efficiency

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Commercial Kitchen opens for registrations: with spotlight on sustainability and efficiency

The Commercial Kitchen show, taking place at the NEC Birmingham on 4-5 June, will feature new innovations and solutions designed to help foodservice equipment buyers and caterers make their kitchens greener.

Visitor registration is now open and coincides with the announcement that the Soil Association’s new Green Kitchen Standard, which recognises and promotes caterers’ environmental credentials, will be supporting and exhibiting at the show for the first time.  The Sustainable Restaurant Association will return as a show supporter alongside CEDA (Catering Equipment Distributors Association) and the FCSI (Foodservice consultants Society International).

Show highlights include a raft of sustainable products for 2019 including equipment from Cuisinequip and Valentine Equipment, DC Warewashing and Icemaking Systems, Gamble Foodservice Solutions, Hupfer and Trak, Jestic Foodservice Equipment, Meiko UK, Precision Refrigeration, Regale Microwave Ovens, Synergy Grill, Target Catering Equipment and Wexiödisk, just some of this year’s exhibitors promoting their latest energy-efficient/sustainable models and systems.

Professionally reconditioned equipment is another option for operators on a tight budget and returning exhibitors in this area include Caterquip UK and General Catering.

For operators looking for new eco-friendly ways to manage their food waste, there’s PRM Waste and EXBIO, with its popular Ex Series digester.

The show also includes a free two-day seminar programme, the Innovation Challenge Awards, and CEDA Awards Gallery.

For further information and to register for a free trade ticket, visit www.commercialkitchenshow.co.uk and quote priority code CK12

 

 

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