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FriFri introduces Maxfry to Super Easy range

FriFri, one of the leading names in commercial catering equipment, has introduced its unique oil protection system, Maxfry, to its Super Easy range of fryers.

The Hybrid Standard MaxFry system delivers a small measured dose (once an hour) of a 100 per cent organic, vegetable-based additive, which is proven to extend the life of the oil. Trials have shown that it can at least double life span and protects frying oil from the effects of heat and oxygen and so improves the quality of fried food.

It has been introduced as an option on all models in FriFri’s budget Super Easy range (including 211, 411 and 422), following the success of the system on the Basic+ and Vision fryers.

John Shepherd, International Brand Manager for FriFri said:

“Cooking oil is one of the most expensive commodities in a kitchen and this system has the ability to extend the working life of the oil, thus saving costs for caterers. It made sense to introduce it to our Super Easy range, in addition to the Basic+ and Vision, and we’re sure it will be just as successful.

“MaxFry also protects the oil, which improves the food quality, too. It also gives the ‘golden’ colour to a chip from the very first cook, whereas this normally occurs after a period of time when some carbon has built up in the oil.”

The FriFri range of high specification fryers comprises freestanding, built-in and counter-top models, all built to the very highest standards in a number of power and voltage variants. Options such as pumped oil filtration and automatic basket lifts can also be specified on selected models. The range also includes chip scuttles.

World renowned for its extremely high specification, FriFri cooking equipment is becoming more widely recognised in the UK.  Acquired by Middleby in January 2009, FriFri products are now manufactured at dedicated facilities at Lincat’s Lincoln production base, where the majority of FriFri products and components are also held in stock.

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