Jun 23, 2014

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Panasonic Showcases its Commercial Use Cooking Appliances for the Food Service Industry at NRA Restaurant Show

Panasonic recently showcased its latest commercial use cooking appliance line up at the National Restaurant Show (NRA Show) from May 17 to 20, 2014, in Chicago. The NRA Show is a 4 day event which more than 1,800 suppliers and tens of thousands of buyers come together to make lasting connections that drive business profitability and shape the future of the restaurant, food service and hospitality industry.

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    IH Cooking Heater Demo

Panasonic is a leader of the food service industry and is aiming to expand its commercial-use cooking appliances with an all metal pan induction cook-top to new channels in USA. This all metal pan induction cook-top would be new to the industry and proprietary to Panasonic.

Panasonic also highlighted a cost savings connection-less steamer which does not require the need for a water line, drain line or under an exhaust hood. This steamer holds 2 full size hotel pans (industry standard) and steams up to 4 times as fast as regular methods while maintaining product integrity and weight.

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    Panasonic Booth at NRA Show 2014
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    Exhibit Commercial Microwave Oven

Panasonic also uses this time to recognize outstanding achievements by their channel partners for the past fiscal year. The industry renowned event was held on Saturday evening, May 17 in downtown Chicago and consisted of over 100 people from a variety of channel partners from all over the United States, factory dignitaries, and executive management and Panasonic members.

  • Sonic Steamer, Commercial Microwave Oven Instruction Videos

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