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Moffat expands its popular Versicarte range of mobile food servery counters

Moffat has extended its popular Versicarte range of mobile food servery counters with the launch of Deli Display versions.

Versicarte is a modular system of trolleys that caterers can use to create a complete food servery area. Butted together they form a straight or angular service counter, while stand alone units can create a free-flow self-service environment. The new Deli models feature attractive, curved glass screens, glass shelving and an illuminated gantry that all help display the food to best advantage. They also have a useful storage cabinet below.

"The Versicarte range is aimed particularly at schools and other institutions who need a flexible solution to foodservice," says John Wannan, sales director at Moffat. "Increasing competition from the high street means that they have to enhance the look and appeal of their servery areas. The new Deli models offer a really attractive display that can help them compete with the high street head-on. Plus, being mobile, they are versatile - they can be moved around as menus change and stored out of the way when not in use."

There is a choice of sizes and the Deli Display is available in both refrigerated and heated versions. All the glass used in the curved front, side panels and shelf is toughened. The standard units are open at the back for access, so staff can easily restock and serve the food, and Moffat offers the option of rear sliding Perspex doors.

Both the refrigerated and the hot versions are rigorously tested to ensure they hold food at appropriate safe temperatures. For example, the heated display features full gastronorm size thermo panels with built in elements, guaranteeing even heat distribution with no cold spots. They are made of toughened glass which will neither distort nor discolour.

The Deli Display can be supplied in a variety of different colours and finishes, to suit interior decor, and with logos and graphics, if required. All Deli Display units run off a standard 13 amp supply.

Posted on Tue 8th May 2012