The School Nutrition Association’s Annual Nation Conference is coming up we at FWE are going to give you the rundown on what to expect! Don’t forget to find us at booth #1490!
FWE remains on the cutting edge of Foodservice design and nowhere is that more evident than in our Humidified Pizza Holding Cabinets. We know that pizza is one of the kid’s favorites but that we also know that pizza is best kept warm.
FWE’s pizza heated holding cabinets buys time, giving operators tremendous flexibility in food production strategies. Our Cabinets hold open or boxed pizzas up to 18 inches and two boxes deep!
When you are trying to keep pizza warm, you run the risk of drying it out, not with FWE’s Pizza Holding Cabinet. With our innovative Humi-Temp system, we precondition the cabinet environment with circulating moist air. The gentle air movement ensures hot and fresh pizza for hours.
There are a plethora of optional accessories to boot! On the model going to the show, you will see a beautiful graphic wrap (imagine your logo there!) A full bumper to make sure that the cabinet is protected during transport. And a full Lexan door, that allows you to keep an eye on that delicious pizza.
This is just one of the pieces coming to the SNA ANC show this year. Be out on the lookout for more deep dives on the other amazing products FWE will be bringing!
Recently, FWE was featured in FSCI’s Magazine under the title, “Thriving in the US”. The article features one of our favorite photos of an employee welding two parts together. The article itself is broken down into three parts.
The opening of the article talks about FWE as a company, our history, our tradition as a provider of custom solutions. Did you know that when FWE started way back in the 1950s that all the material was cut by hand? That is a far cry from the high precision laser we use today. But FWE takes great care to have the same level attention to every detail now as we did back then.
From here the article goes into how FWE is a global manufacturer with every model being made in the USA. With the introduction to automation processes, FWE was able to produce equipment under the better, faster, cheaper mantra. FWE, when we can, sources all building materials locally, which allows us to give back to the communities we serve in Nashville and Chicago.
Rounding out the article, FER discusses how FWE is learning and growing into the future. FWE management serves as mentors to the next generation of entrepreneurs. We work closely with high schools and local colleges for our paid internship program, fostering career growth with many interns staying with FWE for decades. We do all of this because we are proud to be designed, and built in America!