Manitowoc Foodservice Changing Name to Welbilt

Rebranding as Welbilt: Bringing Innovation to the Table   NEW PORT RICHEY, Fl. – Manitowoc Foodservice, Inc. (NYSE: MFS), a leading global supplier of commercial foodservice equipment, announced yesterday that it is rebranding the company, its logo and its...

NAFEM

GFEN representatives will be presenting the Blue Flame Award to Royal Range of CA on Thursday February 9th, 10:30am at the winner’s booth.

2016 All-NEW Gas Foodservice Equipment Network

Cooking up Greener Solutions! The All-NEW Gas Foodservice Equipment Network (GFEN) newsletter has arrived. You will find information relevant to foodservice professionals offering the latest tips, tricks and technologies available in the marketplace today. This Summer...

Affiliate Member Showcase

AccuTemp Products, Inc. This company represents a great American success story and a great case for the contributions of small, independent, idea-driven foodservice equipment manufacturers.  It all began with a few creative solutions to heat transfer challenges, which...

NRA Showcase

NRA SHOW 2016 The 97th annual National Restaurant Association Show drew more than 67,000 people to Chicago in May of 2016. Suppliers, chefs and restauranteurs gathered at McCormick Place to network, attend information sessions and browse the exhibit floor that covered...
2016 Blue Flame Product of the Year

2016 Blue Flame Product of the Year

GFEN BLUE FLAME AWARD WINNER 2016 Product of the Year – FilterQuick™ Frymaster Fryer Model FQG30U The Energy Solutions Center (ESC) is pleased to announce that its Gas Foodservice Equipment Network Consortium (GFEN), dedicated to bringing new gas solutions to the...

Gas Utility Industry Announces Blue Flame Award Winner: Manitowoc

For Immediate Release (Washington, DC) –The Energy Solutions Center (ESC) is pleased to announce that its Gas Foodservice Equipment Network Consortium (GFEN), dedicated to bringing new gas solutions to the restaurant and foodservice industry, has selected the...

The Next Generation of Gas-Fired Foodservice Burners

The main goal of any commercial foodservice equipment project is to improve some aspect of the unit while ensuring that the food is cooked to the desired taste. A new cooking appliance could be twice as fast and use half the energy, but if the final food product is not as the chef desires, the appliance will not be used.