A look at the latest food, drink and equipment to hit the market.
Williams has launched MaxiPrep, a next generation refrigerated prep station with open wells protected by an air curtain, to keep ingredients safe, fresh and easy for chefs to access. The station offers multiple prep surfaces, including sliding chopping boards that double as lids for the wells and an optional overshelf.
Price From £6,200
Utopia's double-walled glasses keep hot drinks hot and cold drinks cold. The range includes Buddha mugs and Champagne glasses.
Price From £3.78 for the Buddha mugs
Wireless Social's Track and Trace system is in use by operators such as Oakman Inns, Corbin & King and Darwin & Wallace and has increased the percentage of users opting in for marketing from 4% to 65.4%.
Price Free to all current Wireless Social customers and for any new customers for the first three months of their contract
British manufacturer Westomatic has launched the H2O Hydration Station, a no-touch water and juice bottle refill dispenser.
LA Brewery has released a non-alcoholic Champagne alternative, brewed at its microbrewery in Suffolk. Sparkling English Rose is brewed with a blend of Assam and White Monkey teas and is infused with aromatic organic white rose petals from Devon.
Price £10 for a 750ml bottle
Sous Vide Tools has launched Sustaina Pouch, a range of plastic-free, compostable, chamber vacuum pouches. Made from rice, potatoes, corn and a fossil fuel copolymer, the pouches can be disposed of as food waste and are available in five different sizes, in packs of 200.
Price From £39.99
Hospital meals provider Apetito has launched a new and improved pasta range featuring Italian classics such as bolognese, carbonara and macaroni cheese. The new range has an increased protein content.
Price From £1 per main or from £2.50 for texture-modified complete meals
Spanish coffee brand Cafés Novell has launched its first range of beans and ground coffee. The packaging is 100% compostable, with the film decomposing in 12-20 weeks.
Price £3.95 for a single bag of ground of whole beans; £79 for a case of 20
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