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Making mealtimes easier

01 December 2016

Leafield Environmental, has designed the ‘Caterer’, a new table moulded serving top for catering departments in education, events, leisure and hospitality facilities, that do not have enough space to store large bespoke serving tables.

The serving top is made from UV stabilised polyethylene with optional anti-microbial additive to fight bacteria and has a 1mm high surface pattern to reduce the effects of surface scratching.

Easily placed on top of a standard folding table (1830 x 760mm), features rubber feet to prevent movement between table top and table and is stackable.

It also features four banner fixing holes to promote key messages and menu choices on the front of the table.

The existing design fits six ½ gastronomes (325x265mm) and can be easily removed by a lifting recess.

New gastronome configurations coming soon. Available in a choice of standard colours to match the establishments’ identity.


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