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Making degreasing easier


Wheels come off for Bombay Bicycle Club


The V8 Gourmet group is reportedly disposing of up to 11 of its Bombay Bicycle Club and Tiffinbites sites, leaving the brand at around half its cur- rent size in the UK. The restau- rants being sold are believed to be in Chelsea, Greenwich, Barnet, Hampstead, St Paul’s, Kennington, Surbiton, Weybridge, Twickenham and the West Midlands.


News of the sell-off comes just two years after V8 Gourmet purchased the Bombay Bicycle chain from its admin- istrators. They were assisted in the funding of the purchase by Indian actress and Big Brother star, Shilpa Shetty.


At the time of purchase, V8 said it planned to increase the number of out- lets across the country to 35, more than doubling the chain’s presence. There are currently 15 Bombay Bicycle Club outlets and 10 Tiffinbites, two of which are in Dubai.


P&G Professional has announced launched Deepio Spray to complement its original Deepio degreaser powder range. The new product offers hospi- tality professionals the convenience of a spray when degreasing is needed to tackle tough grease on floors, work surfaces, walls, kitchen equipment, cookers, hoods, fryers and pots and pans. Claiming a non-tainting, no- rinse formula, Deepio Spray is said to be effective in all water conditions and across all surfaces.


The company says that Deepio Spray extends the the life of kitchen equip- ment and deep fat fryers; ensures food tastes at its best; helps businesses meet stringent health and safety reg- ulations; provides a safe and produc- tive environment for staff; and saves time and money by preventing grease build-up and unnecessary professional cleaning


Spice Business Magazine


25


March 2011


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