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HEALTHY COOKING

The Spiralizer Express leads Morphy Richards’s range of SDA for healthy eating

SALTER ELECTRIC SPIRALIZER Preparing healthy and nutritious meals is simple with the new Salter Electric Spiralizer. Quick and easy to use with rotating food fork and one-touch operation, the Spiralizer is perfect for experimenting with salads and stir fries as well as providing a healthier alternative to pasta and noodle dishes. Recipes are included for your customers to get started right away. With three stainless steel blades to choose from, users can create spirals and noodles of different thicknesses and textures, and a unique spiral blade can be used to create beautiful ribbons. What’s more, shop-bought spiralized vegetables are four times the cost of fresh produce, so your customers can save 75% simply by using the Spiralizer at home.

“Tefal ActiFry offers a safer, cleaner and much healthier alternative to traditional frying methods for over 100 different meal ideas featured on the MyActiFry app” DOMINIK PYTEL, MARKETING DIRECTOR GROUPE SEB UK LTD

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“At AEG, we help the consumer achieve fresher food for longer with our ProFresh technology, which ensures that the fridge temperature is cold, stable and has the correct level of humidity,” comments Michael Hockney, Electrolux brands UK & IE, Product Manager, Food Preservation. “Restaurants are able to replenish their fresh food regularly; however, consumers are shopping, on average, around once a week, making the importance of keeping food fresher for longer even greater. This means that technology that helps food preservation, such as ProFresh, will be a factor that will entice customers.”

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