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HMH-Dysphagia-picThe affordable ‘Essential’ in every Caring kitchen flavour is a re-occurring theme when providing safe and nutritious meals, and no care home once patients missing out, or see their chefs struggling when producing therapeutic and texture modified diets, maintaining appetising flavour and colour of fresh ingredients therefore it is vital

An essential piece of blending kit suitable for care catering environments is the HotmixHOME is the junior model of the celebrated HotmixPRO range of professional thermal blenders. It offers the most advanced cooking system designed for every kitchen!

Equipment specialists Barbel believe that the HotmixHome, with its numerous functions cooking is made simple, safe and hassle free. All you have to do is choose the recipe, set it and enjoy, all the hard work is done for you.

Thanks to its diverse functions and to the 398 stored delicious recipes it certainly suits every generation’s taste buds and preferred texture.

It maximises flavours and goodness and wastes nothing.
• Safe -The 2 litre heavy usage mixing bowl sits within a fully insulated stainless steel casing
• Easy to Clean – Dishwasher proof mixing bowl
• Self-Sterilising – Temperature range from 25° – 145°
• Easy to Use – Operates exactly to programme at a touch of a finger
• Efficient -Speed range from 0 -12’500 rpm allows blending, small and large amounts, to just the right texture
• Financial Benefits – Precise temperature setting dramatically reduces waste by maximising nutritional values
• Speedy Recovery – Vitamin rich, tasty food helps your residents to regain strength and sustain their best health levels

HotmixHome is the essential support for every conscientious dietician or cook
Limited Space or Limited Budget?

HotmixHome will be YOUR answer – just ask!

For further detailscall 01629 705110, email: info@barbel.net or visit www.barbel.net

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