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Midea launches new kitchen appliances to meet market’s “ever-growing” foodservice standards

Mideas Microwave and Cleaning Appliances Division

Leading appliances manufacturer, Midea, has launched two new products from its FlashChef commercial kitchen equipment series.

The new professional foodservice equipment launched by the supplier consists of a high-speed oven and a Scan&Go microwave.

The FlashChef features dual impingement for fast browning and crisping on both sides of the food, saves heating time with the dual magnetron and consistent power output and makes cleaning easy with press n’ eject air filters.

The company said it’s the first “High Speed Oven” of its class that delivers more uniform heating with inverter technology.

The Scan&Go microwave is the first commercial microwave from Midea that comes with a built-in scanner to enable user-friendly operation by scanning the barcode on food packaging to set cooking time and power levels.

Cooking requirements for different products can be programmed on a computer to generate a QR code that the microwave will use to set the cooking program automatically upon placing the product inside.

The model features 11 power levels, three cooking stages, 100 auto programs and up to an hour of cooking time to cover most recipes.

Gino Iacovella, new business development director at Midea, said: “We’re confident that the oven and microwave will, like all Midea products, meet the high expectations of convenience stores, coffee shops, chain stores and commercial kitchens with their ultra-efficient performance, effortless operation and impressive durability.”

“With Midea’s strong research and development capabilities, our new products always win customers’ approval soon after they are launched. Midea is already working with large enterprises and retail stores worldwide to help commercial food and beverage business owners achieve maximum efficiency.”

Midea’s Commercial Cooking Appliances Division is affiliated with the Midea Group, one of the largest global appliance manufacturers, with a research and development center in Louisville, Kentucky.

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