Wrapmaster is giving away 30 of its award-winning cling film, foil and baking parchment dispensers to help chefs and foodservice professionals wrap sustainably, safely and keep food fresh.
With 81% of chefs, caterers and F&B Managers reporting cling film is an essential tool in their kitchen, Wrapmaster says the giveaway is the perfect opportunity to upgrade equipment and get a taste of what a Wrapmaster dispenser can do – all for free.
Operators can claim a free Wrapmaster 4500 dispenser or a free Wrapmaster 3000 dispenser, along with one case of cling film. To register your interest and your preferred dispenser, visit https://www.wrapmaster.global/en/free-sample-trial/ and fill in the form – but hurry, with a limited number available they’re sure to go quickly!
Speaking about the free trial offer, Adrian Brown, managing director, Cofresco Foodservice said: “It’s a challenging time for our industry. By bringing one of our Wrapmaster dispensers into the kitchen, chefs, caterers and foodservice professionals can really raise their hygiene and sustainability game, as well as eliminate the stress of tangled wrap – all in one easy swap. Not to mention, prevent costly food waste at a time when margins are being squeezed from all sides. We know how much of a difference a Wrapmasterdispenser can make to kitchens, so we’re excited to launch this free trial and make kitchen life that little bit simpler.”
Endorsed by the Craft Guild of Chefs and recommended by food safety professionals, Wrapmaster dispensers can be sanitised and disinfected in a commercial dishwasher to reduce the risk of cross-contamination. The patented concealed blade in the dispensers will also ensure safe and speedy cutting, meaning no more injuries from serrated cutter box blades.
The range includes the Wrapmaster 3000, Wrapmaster 4500, and Wrapmaster Duo, which dispenses two types of material or can be used for large volume users of one material, as well as the Wrapmaster Compact.
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