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Chicopee Launches Cleaning Towel for


Coffee Machines Chicopee has launched a cleaning towel specifi cally designed for professional coffee machines. The Chicopee Coffee Towel has heat resistant properties and superior cleaning capabilities, which allow baristas to clean machines thoroughly in seconds, without risk to their own safety and comfort.


Heat resistant up to 250˚C and proven to be stronger than traditional cloths, whether used wet or dry, the Chicopee Coffee Towel has a unique weave structure, is 30% more durable and can absorb up to nine times its own weight.


Meridian Recycling Bin Goes Bag-less


Plastic bags and sacks are increasingly becoming an issue whether in the context of supermarkets or in waste disposal and as a result, customers are starting to request bag-less options for their waste and recycling bins.


In response, Leafi eld Environmental has introduced a bag-less option for its Meridian Triple Envirobin. The ingenious solution incorporates a system of plastic liners, one for each lid aperture.


A 28 litre liner takes the landfi ll waste while a further 63.5 litre liner accommodates the recyclables. Within this latter liner resides a 10 litre food caddy that sits beneath the food waste lift lid.


The easily removed liners are provided with convenient lifting handles and are manufactured from


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The structure also reduces bacteria pick up, is easier to rinse and reuse and enables the towel to be machine- washed multiple times without losing its cleaning properties, providing excellent value for money.


“Keeping coffee machines clean and hygienic is crucial to producing the best tasting, freshest coffee”, explained James Taylor, Director of Product Marketing for Chicopee. “The steam wand is an integral part of the coffee machine and the warm, frothy milk that it produces is what makes professionally-made coffee taste so delicious.”


Mr Taylor added: “If not properly maintained, the steam wand can not only become a breeding ground for bacteria, it can also cause machine malfunctions. The Chicopee Coffee Towel is a cost effective way to fi ght


bacteria and maintain safe and simple cleaning practices.”


Assessed by the German test institute ISEGA for Food Contact Clearance, the cloth is approved for use in food handling environments – vital for use with milk – and its unique orange colour ensures adherence to HACCP standards for safe and effective cleaning, reducing the risk of incorrect use.


The new Chicopee Coffee Towel will benefi t operators of Europe’s two million professional coffee machines, which serve an average of one billion cups of coffee every day. More than 30% of these cups are served in restaurants and coffee bars with hotels, cafes, pubs and bars making up the remainder.


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rot proof HDPE, which makes them easy to rinse out when the need for cleaning arises.


The Meridian bins have a black or grey-white body as standard and lids come in WRAP approved colours


with accompanying labels. Optional integrated WRAP signage will also assist the user in selecting the appropriate waste stream and thereby reduce cross contamination.


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