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Nuttalls win innovation prize for food-to-go display range

The Alan Nuttall Partnership Ltd win innovation prize for food-to-go display range

The Alan Nuttall Partnership Ltd has scooped a Science & Technology award for the innovative flexeserve® range of foodservice equipment.

Nuttalls has pioneered the development of food display equipment, having introduced hot air food systems into the market for which the company received a Queen’s Award for Enterprise, and this latest accolade recognises the company’s continued development of display products for the food-to-go sector.

The prize was awarded by the Leicester Mercury Business Awards for Nuttalls’ latest hot food display cabinet, the flexeserve Zone®, which is a unique heated multi-deck display unit with individually controlled temperature zones.  The flexeserve Zone® forms part of a range of revolutionary foodservice equipment which also includes a patented intelligent chassis counter system, offering flexible merchandising solutions to restaurants, coffee shops and cafes.

The company has utilised its considerable experience in food display design to develop the innovative unit, which has been designed and manufactured at the company’s state-of- the-art facilities in the Midlands.

Mick Steele, Technical Director at The Alan Nuttall Partnership Ltd said:

We invest significantly in innovation; we spend almost £1million on research and development every year and invest in new machinery and technologies to continually improve our products. Our investment has given Nuttalls a significant advantage by pioneering the development of unique and innovative solutions to a dynamic marketplace, with increasing demand on energy conservation and sustainable products.

Already recognised as one of the UK’s leading shopfitters, The Alan Nuttall Partnership Ltd specialises in interior fit-out, main and principal contracting, retail display design, manufacture and installation of fixtures, signage, foodservice and refrigeration equipment for retail, commercial, hospitality, leisure, foodservice and the public sector.