for the commercial foodservice industry. The company’s emphasis is
on creating advanced systems designed to save labor costs, addressing food safety issues and improving operating efficiencies.
In addition to its Culinary Institute, Alto-Shaam has more than
60 training centers and many more authorized service agencies
located in the U.S. and globally. Along with the corporate office and
factory facilities in Menomonee Falls, Wis., Alto-Shaam has also
established a global presence with offices in Miami, Canada, China,
France, Germany, Italy and Russia. Alto-Shaam has additional distributor locations in more than 50 countries offering equipment
sales, service and parts.
At NAFEM, the company will be introducing new line of heated
shelf merchandisers featuring individually controlled heated shelves
that keep food warm for hours at the highest level of quality. Officials
note that with exclusive Halo Heat fanless technology offering precise, even temperatures, these merchandisers hold a variety of grab-and-go products, including rotisserie chickens, pizza, sandwiches
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Broaster Co. has been manufacturing pressure fryers and specialty foodservice equipment
for more than 60 years. Based
in Beloit, Wis., Broaster markets
its products through a global
network of authorized distributors. The company also markets and licenses its Genuine
Broaster Chicken product and
the Broaster Express food program worldwide to a wide range
of foodservice operations.
According to the company’s
executive team, Broaster Co. is
committed to providing efficient, durable and easy-to-use
equipment. Company officials
note that its patented round
cooking well and efficient heating process mean more dollars in
an operator’s pocket compared
with competitive equipment.
“Broaster Pressure Fryers, known for quality, high output and
years of dependable, trouble-free operation, offer a solution for high-volume grocery store delis looking to serve more tender, juicy and
flavorful foods,” notes a company official.