Magrini introduces Blendtec Chef kitchen blender at Caffé Culture 2013

By Luke Nicholls

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The Blendtec Chef blender has 20 speed settings, with a high and low pulse and three memory buttons
The Blendtec Chef blender has 20 speed settings, with a high and low pulse and three memory buttons
Catering equipment supplier Magrini has extended its range of kitchen blenders for the café market with the launch of the Blendtec Chef blender, on show at the Caffé Culture Show today (stand G4). 

Product details:

A full range of blended drinks, soups and sauces can be created from the one machine, which has a 2000W motor offering varying speeds.

The Chef comes complete with three containers including the Wildside jar which, due to its unique design, eliminates the need to use plungers and with its wide base allows all of the ingredients to be removed from the container, reducing expensive food waste. The product also has an optional sound enclosure.

It has 20 speed settings, with a high and low pulse and three memory buttons which enables the user to save blend cycles for repeated use. The unit can can be used with or without a sound enclosure and can sit on or be fitted directly into your countertop.

USP:

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The blender has precise controls allowing the user to create bespoke programs for different recipes. The Chef’s innovative blend cycle memory enables you to customise recipes and save them at the touch of a button, to be used by other kitchen staff.

Availability:

The Blendtec Chef blender is available to all UK foodservice businesses and cafés now. To purchase call 01543 375311 or email fnyrf@zntevav.pb.hx​.

Cost:

Available on request. Click here​for more information.

Why you should buy it:

A statement from Magrini reads: “Designed with the chef in mind, the Chef blender offers an exclusive new interface that provides  the user full control over the food preparation process.

“The Chef gives you the ability to handle all  ingredients for delicate spreads, batters, salsas, sauces, dressings, desserts and more.”

Caffé Culture:

Magrini will be exhibiting their full range of coffee equipment as well as a new range of drinks equipment for the cafe market from stand G4. Also on display will be a range of commercial children’s high chairs.

For more information visit www.caffecultureshow.com​.

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