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Restaurant Daily News May 22

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R e s t a u r a n t D a i l y N e w s 2 7 S u n d a y, M a y 2 2 , 2 0 1 6 1515 DEBUTS NEW ROTISSERIE FROM DOREGRILL By Francis Delpech, President, 1515 Design & Manufacturing Inc. 1515 Design & Manufacturing was founded by Eric Maurice and myself. Between us, we have more than 25 years experience in designing food con- cepts and importing the latest European equipment. 1515 Design imports and distributes Doregrill rotisseries, the European leader in rotisserie manufac- turing since 1963, and unique refriger- ated display cases from Italian manu- facturers Frigomeccanica and Criocabin. Our rotisseries are recog- nized worldwide for their unique pres- entation. We customize colors, finishes and sizes and adapt our rotisseries to our end-users' needs. Versatility is the name of the game, and we offer numer- ous spit options for various cooking. In supermarkets, the rotisseries are uti- lized to cook from morning to night and roast perfectly large batches of chick- ens. In restaurants, the rotisseries are used to roast not only chickens, but with multiple purpose baskets they can also roast turkey, rack of lamb, pork leg or suckling pig, sausages, fish and veg- etables among others. Versatility, incomparable taste and high vol- ume are the norms. Our rotis- series come in gas or electric with individual motors and burners. From a small counter- top unit to a 56-chicken-capaci- ty gas floor model, we cover all types of productions. Today we are proud to present our new rotisserie from Doregrill, the Magflam. This traditional rotisserie comes with a powerful lighting system, porce- lain enamel finish with choice of color available, a decorative roof with lighted rotisserie sign and high performance "naked flame" heat sources, offering the spectacle of traditional cooking meth- ods. This product that we're introducing at the NRA Show is going to become the industry standard within the decade. Do not be afraid to be innovative. Consumers are the first ones to notice positive changes. By introducing new design and state-of- the-art equipment, a retail- er will enjoy the benefits of higher sales and a new image. Our message has been the same for 20 years and changes can only contribute to positive results. It is imperative nowadays to implement new technology and the latest vision. For more information, visit www.1515 design.com, call 310.671.0345, email info@1515design.com or stop by booth #5462 and #5362. BARE SNACKS DEBUTS FRESH PACKAGING Bare Snacks ® , creator of delicious Snacks Gone Simple ® , has just launched a fresh new look for its entire portfolio of crunchy baked snacks, which highlights the brand's dedication to simple, clean ingredients. Featuring a modern interpretation of a slate board background coupled with a stylized new logo made from its baked fruit chips and striking real food visuals, the new pack- aging was developed to create an iconic brand block on-shelf and drive strong taste appeal while putting the simplicity of the snacks front and center. The new look for bare Banana Chips, Coconut Chips, and cornerstone Apple Chips started shipping to retailers nationwide at the end of January. "In an effort to better communicate the simplicity of our truly good-for-you snacks, we wanted to create a clean brand look that more accurately reflects our commitment to simple, real ingredients that still deliver the satisfying crunch of a chip," said Dana Ginsburg, Director of Marketing at Bare Snacks. "Our modern packaging makeover perfectly expresses our brand promise to consumers in a fresh new way that puts our ingredients front and center." Bare Snacks' new packaging fea- tures beautiful photography of real apples, coconuts and bananas on the front panel, as well as a refreshed logo made from the same fruit in chip form for each corresponding line. In addition, the new back-label design prominently displays ingredients front and center in large font and notes "The Bare Facts" for each product, such as containing no added oil or preservatives, as well as third party certifications like the Certified B Corp seal and Non-GMO Project Verified logo. To further communicate the sim- plicity of bare snacks, each bag also includes an illustration of a whole piece of fruit transitioning to slices and finally baked crunchy chips to accurately depict the minimally processed product inside. Made with whole-food ingredients and real, fresh-picked fruit that is sliced and baked to crunchy perfection rather than fried, bare snacks are a tasty and healthier alternative to traditional chips. All bare snacks are Non-GMO Project Verified, gluten free and contain no added oil or preservatives.

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