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Sustainable Frima future on display at Hotelympia

28 February 2012 by
Sustainable Frima future on display at Hotelympia

Frima's new multi-functional VarioCooking Center Multificiency allows chefs to work ergonomically, efficiently and safely. It is also designed for sustainability, taking into account the use of resources during manufacture, operation and once it has reached the end of its service life.

The VarioCooking Center combines all the functions of a fryer, griddle, bratt pan, kettle, titling pan and pressure cooker in one unit. This means that 40% less steel is used during manufacture, 50% less packaging is required and the CO2 emissions during transportation are reduced by 50%.

As fewer appliances are needed, this saves on kitchen space and the precise cooking control prevents food burning and sticking to the bottom of the pan so less water and chemicals are used in cleaning.

For more information visit www.frima-uk.co.uk.

By Lisa Jenkins

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