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EssentialProducts MITCHELL & COOPER LOCKS IN FRESHNESS


Safe storage now has an innovative twist with the introduction of Pac’n’Vac containers, new to the UK from light catering equipment specialist Mitchell & Cooper. The Pac’n’Vac range of storage containers is entirely


unique. By simply pressing down the lid of the container, the Vacuum Valve system expels the air with a 100% airtight seal, keeping food fresher for longer. Unlike other products on the market, the Pac’n’Vac


Do the Pac’n’Vac and bring the freshness back


requires no electronic assistance or long-winded process in order to create a vacuum. Guy Cooper, managing director of Mitchell & Cooper, says: “Initial scientific tests that we had commissioned, have shown significant advantages of using Pac’n’Vac over a standard non vacuum container. For example, when a standard punnet of strawberries was split evenly, with one half placed in a Pac’n’Vac container and the other half placed in a non-vacuum container, the strawberries in the Pac’n’Vac container lasted at least five times longer.” The Gastronorm compatible Pac’n’Vac container utilises Gastronorm system support wings, while the Pac’n’Vac


standard container is more streamlined, without the wings; however, every available size in the range complies with Gastronorm standard measurements. All containers in the range are 100mm deep and are freezer safe. And, with colour-coordinated lids, contents are easily identifiable and the risk of cross-contamination is eliminated.


More information: Mitchell & Cooper +44 (0)1825 765511 www.bonzer.co.uk


PIDY UNVEILS LIGHTER PASTRY FOR FESTIVE FEASTS


“Our new sweet and neutral fonçage pastries are our lightest yet, the light pastry makes the canapés crisper and they also allow more room for sweet and savoury fillings. Our fonçage pastries are in demand with chefs and caterers as the need for thin and healthy pastry continues to grow.” Paul Eason, business development chef at Pidy, says that both product ranges save time whilst ensuring quality is maintained especially around the hectic Christmas period. Paul says: “Even with thinner pastry the new range still


Pidy’s hard fonçage pastry is great for the winter months


remains moisture resistant allowing caterers to prepare the canapés well in advance, perfect for any busy kitchen.”


Pidy has announced the launch of a brand new sweet and neutral short pastry range just in time for Christmas. The latest pastry range named hard fonçage is Pidy’s


own alternative short, crisp and delicately thin pastry and is available in two varieties; sweet and neutral. This new pastry forms the start of a new era in Pidy’s range to provide regular shapes which have a lighter appeal and provide a higher filling to pastry ratio allowing more room for delicious fillings. Robert Whittle, general manager at Pidy UK, says:


“Research over the last few years has led us to believe that our customers are seeking new ways in which to present their pastry offering with lighter shape, composition and texture alternatives.


More information: Pidy UK +44 (0)1604 705666 www.pidy.com


IT COSTS LESS


THAN YOU THINK TO GIVE YOUR CUSTOMERS THE GREEN PACKAGING THEY NOW EXPECT.


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