To enter download an entry form here.
Entries are invited for the Caterer and Hotelkeeper Equipment & Supplies Excellence Awards 2008. The awards are sponsored by the Catering Equipment Warehouse, part of the Brakes Group and recognise innovation and enterprise in the development of professional catering equipment and supplies which make such a vital contribution to successful food service operations.
There are 15 categories covering all forms of catering equipment and this year sees the introduction of a Green Award in recognition of the increased awareness of the need to be energy efficient and eco-friendly.
The categories are:
- Ancillary equipment (eg insect control, water treatment etc)
- Beverage making and dispense
- Combi ovens, steamers, microwaves
- Crockery, cutlery and glassware
- Food display and bar installations
- Food preparation, cookware and kitchen gadgets
- Green award (offering energy efficient/eco-friendly benefits)
- Grills, griddles, barbecues and toasters
- Hygiene and waste management
- Ranges, fryers and ovens
- Best installation case study
- Best maintenance case study
The closing date for entries has been extended to 14 December after which our panel of judges will assess each one for innovation and significant advances in design.
Catering Equipment Warehouse specialise in the supply of commercial catering equipment and offer a comprehensive range of both Light and Capital equipment from industry recognised manufacturers and a full design and planning service. As part of the Brakes Group, the UK's leading supplier to the foodservice industry, Catering Equipment Warehouse understands the needs of the caterer.
Supporting the Excellence in Catering Equipment & Supplies Awards 2008 not only endorses our commitment to this sector but also enforces our belief that catering supplies and equipment are an intrinsic and sometimes overlooked part of the hospitality industry. Without some of the innovation that continually comes from the manufacturers in this sector many of the offerings that consumers take for granted would not be possible.