RC Show 2018 previews ground breaking products and technology
By Bakers Journal
By Bakers Journal
Toronto – Restaurants Canada has rounded up a highlight reel of innovation that will be on display at their annual trade event.
See these innovations and more at RC Show 2018, taking place February 25-27 at the Enercare Centre in Toronto.
Reverse Tap: Bottoms up is no longer just a drinking phrase – it’s a way to pour beer. Reverse Tap’s dispenser and complementary glassware lets you pour lagers and stouts from the bottom up. Reverse Tap is designed to mean fewer kegs purchased, fewer bad pours, and improved keg yield. Speedier pours can mean better customer service and satisfaction.
Kodisoft Interactive Table: Kodisoft is an interactive, unbreakable table top that allows customers to browse the menu, review ingredient lists and start salivating over dish photos. Once food and drink are ordered, they are free to enjoy interactive games or catch up on the news using the device.
Tellspec: Tellspec allows quick food safety and quality checks on food and drinks. Users can check for ingredient contaminants or test a product’s glycemic load. Their latest scanners are handheld, allowing for easy mobility and testing.
Levo Oil Infusion: Levo can be used to combine ingredients, such as vanilla and butter for a divine tasting cake, or to make a basil-infused oil, with the touch of a button.
Planet Shrimp: Planet Shrimp’s sustainable indoor practice means no wildlife or by-catch is destroyed. They use purified clear water that’s re-circulated and filtered every 90 minutes that contain no antibiotics, no pesticides, no hormones, and no harmful chemicals.
Diversey SKY 7xi: Restaurants can sanitize devices mobile devices used by staff with Diversey’s SKY Disinfection Technology, which uses high-intensity ultraviolet light to thoroughly disinfect the device.
Clean Meat: Paul Shapiro’s new book Clean Meat delves into revolutionary technology that will someday produce lab-developed meat. The author hypothesizes that growing meat without animals could save the planet, transform agriculture and reinvent dinner.
Seedlip Distilled Non-Alcoholic Spirit: Eight-five per cent of Canadians don’t order alcohol when they eat out, indicates Restaurants Canada, so it’s no surprise to see mocktails and their counterparts growing in popularity. Seedlip is staking claim as the world’s first distilled, non-alcoholic spirit. The brewers serve up intriguing flavours, such as Garden 108, made with peas, hay, spearmint, rosemary and thyme.
Croust’wich: This system displays sandwich and panini ingredients without the bread. When a customer buys a sandwich, ingredients are slid directly onto the bread using specialized tools. The system can enhance the speed of service to an average 45 seconds per sandwich.
RADARSAT2: World leading state-of-the-art satellite technology that supports sustainable agriculture in Canada and impacts the food we grow and eat. The Space to Spoon Exhibit will be on display at the show presented by the Canadian Space Agency and Canada Agriculture Food Museum.
For more, visit RC Show 2018.