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A study by Salford University suggests substantial savings could be achieved by pubs moving from fresh to frozen ingredients in their food. Time to invest in a new commercial freezer?

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Foster Refrigeration have now launched the Eco Pro G2 Refrigerator Counter range. We run through the many improvements introduced with these super efficient new refrigerated counters.

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The G2 refrigeration cabinet range brings a host of new developments in efficiency and durability to market. We run through some of these exciting developments in commercia refrigeration technology.

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BSH estimate that modern efficient catering products are up to 73% more efficient than old products - this could lead to huge savings, 1.9 BILLION kilowatt-hours!

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Hydrocarbon Refrigerants

28 Feb 2013 14:30:06

Modern commercial refrigerators use a variety of hydrocarbons. Hydrocarbons offer significant advantages over old refrigerants. Foster Refrigerator offer a hydrocarbon option on all commercial refrigerator cabinets as standard.

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Waste fat, oil & grease blocks sewers and costs water companies £100,000s. As commercial kitchens move towards zero waste this is one big area for improvement

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England, Wales and now Scotland have recently rolled out plans to move to zero waste. Foster Refrigerator products can help you move your kitchen towards zero waste.

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The Hotel & Catering Show in Bournemouth is under new management and the mean business. See you there!

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Sister companies will supply 6 commercial fridges, 2 top notch freezers, 8 six burner ranges and 8 salamander grills for ScotHot chef's competition.

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We have been an authorised dealer of Foster Refrigerator products for over 10 years. We are proud to sell the most efficient commercial refrigeration products available on the market today.

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