Adande has poured cold water on suggestions that glass doors are the only solution to reducing the huge amount of energy wasted through supermarket refrigeration. A petition calling for open front refrigerated display equipment to be banned in UK supermarkets was tabled by Dr Jonathan Golding earlier this year and has already gained 30,000 signatures. Campaigners argue that supermarkets could cut energy usage by 25% just by having doors on refrigeration equipment after it was revealed that supermarket refrigeration consumes a massive 1% of Britain’s electricity supply.
A petition calling for open front refrigerated display equipment to be banned in UK supermarkets has once again brought to the fore the issue of retailers’ energy usage and the need for measures to reduce their demand for electricity. The motion, tabled by Dr Jonathan Golding, was posted on the UK Parliament e-petitions’ website in June and by the first week of August it had received over 27,700 signatures. Should the number of signatories reach 100,000 the petition will be considered for debate in Parliament.
YO! Sushi could potentially slash thousands of pounds off its energy bills after trials involving a new grab-and-go cabinet demonstrated a significant saving in power.
The sushi chain, which operates more than 80 stores in the UK, has been testing the Aircell Sarma cabinet – made by the parent company of foodservice refrigeration brand Adande – at one of its branches in Norwich.
The Caterer’s Product Excellence Awards recognise excellence and innovation in food, drink and equipment products within the hospitality sector. The winners and finalists encapsulates the creativity, responsibility, sustainability and originality in the catering industry
Lloyd Matthews collected the 'Refrigeration' Product Excellence Award at a lunchtime celebration hosted by independent contract caterer Delaware North at the London Stadium in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, and home to West Ham Football Club
In food technology, it is an established fact that perishables held within a narrow and stable temperature bandwidth and at higher relative humidity will be maintained at better quality for longer, leading to an extended shelf life and a more enjoyable product for the customer. To help quantify the importance of stable holding temperature bandwidths and higher relative humidity, Applied Design & Engineering commissioned Assured Quality Solutions Ltd to assist in scientific trials.
Adande Refrigeration’s Aircell® Sarma open front, integral refrigerated Grab & Go cabinet has won the ‘Packaging & Equipment’ category at the British Sandwich Association’s Sammies Awards 2018. The presentation was made at a gala evening held at the Lancaster London Hotel on 10 May. The award follows the success of the Aircell® Grab & Go cabinet at the Food & Hotel Asia SCI Equipment Award in Singapore and the FCSI UK & Ireland Sustainable Catering Equipment Award 2017.
Adande Refrigeration’s Aircell® Crivat open front, integral refrigerated Grab & Go cabinet has been announced as the Silver winner of the heavy equipment category in the SCI Equipment Awards 2018. The inaugural SCI Equipment Award programme is organised jointly by the Food & Hotel Asia 2018 exhibition and the Foodservice Consultants Society International (Asia Pacific Division). The presentation of the award will be made at a ceremony on 27 April during the exhibition being held in Singapore.
Adande Refrigeration will launch its new refrigerated, open front grab & go cabinet on stand 1449 at Hotelympia, ExCel London, on 5 - 8 March 2018. The Aircell® ‘Sarma’ model will be fully operational on the stand, allowing visitors to gain first-hand experience of its food to go focused features and benefits.
Adande Refrigeration’s parent company, Applied Design & Engineering Limited, has completed a successful field trial of its new integral refrigerated Aircell® ‘Crivat’ Grab & Go cabinet at a UK fine food hall and farm shop. The field trial follows positive results from the testing of a prototype Aircell® display cabinet at Le Pain Quotidien food to go outlet in Soho, London.
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