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Food safety solutions that every buffet should have

by | 15 May 2020 | Suppliers

The COVID-19 crisis is having a major impact on the hospitality industry, where food safety has already become a key factor in its reopening. The presentation of food in a buffet will be one of the key factors in terms of food safety that every establishment must have under control.

After extensive renovation, the former Sheraton Frankfurt Airport Hotel & Conference Center will become home to two hotels to cater to a wider audience.

This is why we are offering a series of buffet products, all certified (Food Contact Approved), which will provide effective and long-lasting solutions, guarantee maximum food safety, and make a difference in terms of user confidence.

Protection products that limit the risks associated with food exposure

These solutions help prevent direct contact with the food presented and keep customers at a safe distance, which are both essential to avoid potential contamination.

Display cabinet, lids and show case: Available in different measurements and even adaptable to GN sizes

Protect and preserve food by limiting environmental exposure. Mobile breathe guards: Long-lasting solutions made from highly resistant materials

Their portability and versatility make them ideal for any space. LidSaver™ lids and cups dispenser: They minimize contamination through handling thanks to the dispenser mechanism, which prevents direct contact with more than one cup or lid, keeping service areas clean and tidy and reducing lid use by over 30%. Hand sanitizer dispensers: Customers must have access to hand sanitizer to prevent the growth of germs.

Presentation Miniatures in individual portions or single servings display food in a way that prevents contamination through contact compared to large bulk trays.

Presenting individual plates is a safe method since it prevents customers from handling food.

Another major advantage of this presentation method is less food waste due to the establishment’s complete control over portion sizes.

Unlike porcelain or ceramic, whose fragility and lack of durability entails an additional cost, our charming collections are made of various resistant and durable materials: Melamine Miniatures: A light, nondeformable material that can withstand temperatures between -20ºC and 70ºC.

Miniatures made of cast iron and enamel interior or of cast aluminum: perfect for cooking and keeping food hot. Suitable for gas, ceramic, and electric cooktops and for ovens, going straight from the kitchen to the presentation table.

These food safety solutions play a key role these days, giving the establishment’s customers confidence and peace of mind.



Vollrath Pujadas develops and manufactures a comprehensive portfolio of kitchenware and professional equipment for the Foodservice channel.



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