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Wolftrap 2016 Steakhouse Championships Results

Since the inception of the Wolftrap Steakhouse Championships four years ago – involving both respected judges and the public at large – our clients Local Grill Parktown North (a 3 time winner) and Little Havana/Havana (a 1 time winner) have either won or have been runner up each year. This year 2016 the first three Local […]

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Extended shelf life update ….

If you are looking to add between 2 to 4 days extra shelf life to your meat, lamb, chicken, dairy & fresh products on display then look no further than installing our world-class night blinds ….    These blinds underwent an independent stress test (in the UK) that demonstrated that the blinds have the potential […]

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Meat on display on retail floor: breaking news!

We have always claimed that by installing our quality night blinds in your supermarket upright, isle case and freezer/display counters that positive results will flow in terms of extended shelf life , see below … If you don’t get the above results then its time to switch to our night blinds  …. which have been independently stress-tested […]

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Material Safety Data Sheets : revisited

A few months ago I posted an article on why professionals in the wider food handling/preparation/manufacturing industry, in responsible positions (from QA to MD) needed to ensure that they had a printed validated Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) available for every single product they utilised on their premises which product was formulated/derived from chemical, organic […]

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Supermarket Night blinds: Why buy when u can rent (and possibly for free)?

  In these uncertain times of ever increasing electricity input costs, coupled with looming rocketing food prices, the prudent supermarket retailer has to consider all available options to contain energy costs and reducing refrigerated fresh food spoilage on the retail floor …..  and both at the same time (if possible). Monthly electricity bills can easily be reduced […]

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Supermarket display fridge night blinds – 8 month update

Eight months ago Polar Africa mounted 65 Thermasolutions cassette night blinds onto 9 upright display fridges and 1 display meat counter in Steves Blackheath SuperSpar. An inspection of them today, 13 March 2016, revealed the following interesting facts: Each one of the 65 night blind’s slow rise mechanism is in perfect working condition – opening […]

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Display refrigerator night blinds – underated asset?

Supermarket retailers, both individually owned as well as corporate, are compelled to make a huge investment in terms of capital assets such as refrigeration, freezers, shelving, butchery and bakery equipment, back-up cold storage, tills, trolleys, forklifts, etc. etc. Refrigeration, being the largest consumer of energy and the most expensive asset to operate on the retail […]

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Sorbite – Nature’s Miracle Mineral

Sorbite has just got to be one of the most amazing natural minerals ever discovered and has to be one of the very few commercial products that is used as it is found –the mineral is simply mined by hand, crushed into smaller portions, packaged in a polypropylene bag, placed in an aluminium/plastic tray and […]

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Material Safety Data Sheets and the food industry – Why ask for it?

According to Wikipedia a material safety data sheet (MSDS) “is an important component of product stewardship and occupational safety and health. It is intended to provide workers and emergency personnel with procedures for handling or working with that substance in a safe manner, and includes information such as physical data (melting point, boiling point, flash […]

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Food waste/spoilage.

Many chefs and kitchen personnel are content if the cold chain (mainly walk-in chillers or cold rooms) run at an acceptable ambient temperature (which evidence is usually restricted to viewing the external temperature gauge). Even those that only use core temperatures as their benchmark are content when the readings are where they should be. What […]

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