Kitchen supplier enters US market for first time


Wrapmaster, a provider of foodservice film, foil and baking parchment dispensers, has launched its products in the US market for the first time.

Its Wrapmaster 4500, Wrapmaster 3000, and Wrapmaster Duo dispensers are all now available to order.

The dispensers are designed to meet the needs of professional kitchens ranging from large-scale, high-volume restaurants to mobile food operations.

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They can help professional kitchens run safely, hygienically and efficiently while reducing the risk of cross-contamination with an easy-to-clean and sanitize unit that can be disinfected in a commercial dishwasher.

The dispensers contain a patented concealed blade for safe and speedy cutting, meaning no more injuries from serrated cutter boxes or slider blades.

“We are thrilled to finally be introducing Wrapmaster here in the US,” said Karl Watson, sales director for Wrapmaster North America. “Over the course of 20 years we’ve worked hard to earn our market-leading spot as the tried and trusted companion in UK professional kitchens.

“We know that chefs and kitchen staff in the US will also appreciate how much our dispensers can improve their daily operations and help them maintain safety and hygiene standards.”

The Wrapmaster 4500 is an 18-inch-wide dispenser and the perfect choice for large kitchens using high volumes of foodservice film, foil or baking parchment.

The Wrapmaster 3000 is a 12-inch-wide dispenser, perfect for kitchens with limited work spaces that use high volumes of material or larger kitchens that use 12-inch rolls.

Finally, the Wrapmaster Duo is 18-inches-wide and can dispense two types of material or be used for large volume uses of one material and designed for busy, large kitchens.

Watson added: “Reducing waste and minimizing our impact on the environment is paramount across the foodservice industry. In kitchen trials across multiple countries we generally see cost savings of about 20% less foodservice film, 25% less foodservice foil and 25% less parchment compared to the standard cardboard cutter boxes, along with the safety and hygiene benefits that are immense when compared to the alternatives. In professional kitchens it’s not too often that productivity and cost savings go hand in hand.”

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