Next month, Testo will be at Hotelympia, demonstrating our equipment for the restaurant and hospitality sector, outlining how these can not only help operators ensure they are storing and cooking food safely, but also improve process efficiency, ultimately saving valuable resource.
A highlight will be Testo’s ‘Saveris Restaurant’, a 100% paperless quality management system, for which we’ll be providing live demos on stand by showing our fridge temperature on the big screen. By removing the need for paper and automating many checks it helps reduce operating costs and improve efficiency. Processes can then be rolled out across multiple sites, helping operators demonstrate due diligence and ensure quality checks are completed.
Testo will also be demonstrating the much-publicised testo 270 Cooking Oil Tester, and our team we’ll be happy to explain this process and how regular testing can help businesses to save up to 20% on frying oil costs, whilst ensuring a consistent quality of product.
Another focus product is Testo’s Saveris 2, automated temperature monitoring system. A cloud-based system that stores all measurement data in one central place, Testo’s Saveris 2 removes the need to collect data manually, meaning staff can use this time for other important tasks. There is also no longer a potential for readings to go missing. Handy for audits.
Testo will have our full range of food safety measurement instruments on show
As well as those mentioned, Testo will have our full range of instruments on display including data loggers, thermometers and more. Visit us on stand 1838 and our experts will be happy to discuss the market, and how Testo products can be used to help foodservice providers run a safe, efficient and profitable kitchen.
About the show
In March 2018, London welcomes back the UK’s market leading hospitality and foodservice event. For over 82 years, Hotelympia has represented hospitality innovation, bringing thousands of businesses together, championing one of the UK’s most vibrant industries.
Testo will be within the professional Kitchen Show, which has been described as the UK’s largest collection of catering equipment suppliers under one roof. Featuring a range of guest speakers, it is your one stop shop to find, test and purchase the latest products and innovations that will drive both efficiency and profitability in your kitchen. Register free using the below detail:
Venue: Excel London
Dates: 5th -8th March
Section: The Professional Kitchen show
Stand number: 1838
Register for free tickets at: http://www.hotelympia.com/
Like some more info?
If you would like more information on Testo’s food safety instruments and solutions please visit www.testo.co.uk
Alternatively if you’ve got a requirement you’d like to discuss, you can call us on 01420 544433 and we’ll be happy to help.
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