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first_imgNewsmith Stainless (stand A470) will have four machines on show: two divider-rounders from the Oddy range and two washing machines for companies with smaller requirements or limited space. The Novatek 428 and Novatek 2 divider rounders are part of a range covering requirements from those of the craft baker, with the two-pocket model making 6,000 pieces an hour to those of the plant baker, with the eight-pocket model producing up to 24,000 pieces an hour.The Silver series S1 is a conveyorised machine for washing trays, baskets and containers in a continuous process. The Double 80 is a cabinet-type machine, into which the user loads baskets, trays, cooking utensils and containers. Once the doors are closed, the items undergo a programmed wash and rinse sequence.Newsmith also supplies provers, moulding tables, panners and cross conveyors.last_img read more

Roberts unveils snacking subscription service

first_imgSource: Roberts BakeryRoberts Bakery has launched a monthly subscription service with a host of ‘healthy’ snacks. Subscribers can choose from three different sizes of snack box: Starter Snacker with eight snacks, Classic Snacker with 16, and Pro Snacker with 24. Roberts is also offering new products to try for between £12 and £29 a month.The Cheshire-based bakery, which is offering new additions from its snacking range, has partnered with national delivery service DPD to provide free next-day delivery, direct to consumers’ doors.The line-up features:Raspberry & Chia Pangel, comprising a fusion of soft pancake and bagel.Chocolate Orange Brookie, made up of Brazilian orange oil, soft brioche bun and a swirl of cookie.Cranberry & Coconut Porridge Loaves, with each mini loaf featuring fresh fruit pieces.Each snack contains 250 calories or less and is individually wrapped.“A box full of home-delivered goodies can make your day, or even a week, instantly better. Even more so when we can’t get out and about as much as we’d like,” said Alison Ordonez, director of innovation at Roberts Bakery.“There’s a real demand for tasty and delicious snacks – and the benefits of healthy energy and feeling full – at a time when we need it most, safely, conveniently and regularly every month,” Ordonez added.This latest launch by Roberts follows the rollout of its six-strong breakfast-inspired range in August, which tapped into the hybrid bakery trend.The home deliveries are contact-free and adhere to social distancing measures, the company added.last_img read more