09 February 2016
– SG630 chargrill and garnish rail up for grabs
– Visit stand 4330 to enter the prize draw
Synergy Grill will be giving away an energy saving chargrill (model SG630) and garnish rail worth £2,240 in a prize draw at Hotelympia.
Synergy Grill technology is so innovative and advantageous it has been adopted by Michelin starred Chefs The Galvin Brothers in Galvin Hop and Cyrus Todiwala’s restaurant Assado.
Advantages for chefs include more succulent and tasty food, faster cooking times and no fat tray to clean daily.
For proprietors it cuts gas bills by half and doesn’t need to be on all day, reducing the cost per plate. It also means they don’t have to responsibly dispose of fatty waste.
Anyone who would like a chance to win simply needs to visit Synergy Grill’s stand (4330) and register to qualify for entry into the prize draw*. The lucky winner will be announced on http://synergygrill.com/ on Friday 4 March. Anyone who has purchased a Synergy Grill on the day will be refunded the cost of the SG630.
Held from 29 Feb – 3 March, Hotelympia is the UK’s largest foodservice and hospitality event and the most important event for any professional wanting to gain access to the latest products and thinking. It’s the best place to find real innovation and ideas.
Gary Evans, Managing Director of Active Food systems comments that: “We’re delighted to be giving away a free SG630 grill to one lucky winner at Hotelympia. Chargrilling technology hasn’t changed in over 20 years. The Synergy Grill revolutionises chargrilling with intelligent cooking and unique benefits that can’t be found anywhere else which aligns with Hotelympia’s focus on innovation. This is the only product of this type in the world and it will be an asset to any kitchen in Britain.”
Cyrus Todiwala, Assado commented also said: “What I like most is the cleanliness aspect. That for me is the biggest aspect of all. The second aspect is ease of use. It’s very easy and less fussy. I don’t have to come in and start it first thing in the morning before service. You can start it, and then switch it off and start it and switch it off and start again. That means you save on everything – from heat to energy to everything else. The other great thing is how quick it is because it’s really quick… For me it ticks all the boxes.”
Jim Lintorn from Whiskey Ginger, London Borough Market commented: “It’s great to have a British piece of equipment that works really well.”
Richard Kennedy, a Michelin trained Chef from The Horseshoe, Cambridgeshire said: “The flavour is second to none.”
*Terms and conditions apply.
Notes to editors:
- Website: http://synergygrill.com/
- Active Food Systems was founded in 2012 when the Synergy Grill was invented
- Entirely made in Britain – Best of British – Invented and designed in Britain, Steel comes from Soham in Cambridgeshire, cast iron from Dudley, West Midlands, the ceramics from Sheffield and the grills are assembled in Cambridgeshire.
Benefits of the Synergy grill:
- Moister, more succulent food
- High heat, low gas consumption
- Average gas saving of 52%
- Fat instantly atomised – no need to clean a fat tray
- Cool to cook over
- Cleaner emissions with reduced CO2
- Faster cooking means faster turnovers
- Thermal shock resistant
- Sharp branding on meat
- No cross flavouring between different types of food
- Reduced stress on ventilation systems
How does it work?
The Synergy Grill revolves around a patented gas burner system which works at an incredibly hot temperature. High heat atomises fat so there’s no fat tray for chefs to clean and they don’t need to worry about the disposal of fatty waste.
The water vapour that’s released from the fat is also absorbed back into the food, creating a juicier, more intense flavour.
By incorporating gas and air in addition to using heat capturing ceramic technology Synergy grills use 52% less gas. This results in less CO2 residue than a convention burner creating cleaner vapour for chefs to work over.
This patented system also prevents any cross-flavouring of meats or fish through smoke contamination. The SG630 works on a single burner. The SG900 and SG1300 feature independent burners with their own on/off switches to allow for modular cooking.
Synergy Grills also route cool air around the grill to produce cool touch surfaces, making them less hot to cook over.
Galvin Hop, Assado, Hall & Woodhouse, McMullens & Sons Limited, Firmdale Group, Peach Pubs, TLC Inns LTD, Hook Naughton Brewery, Lovely Pubs.
For more information please email Claire Wickes, PR Manager for Active Food Systems LTD at email@example.com or phone 07825 502 851.