During the time of year when most people are giving thanks, the employees at both locations of Hoshizaki’s manufacturing plants donated a grand total 17,407 pounds of food to local charities. The Peachtree City plant donated 10,464 pounds of non-perishable food items to The Real Life Center, which more than doubled their 2015 total. The Griffin plant donated 6,943 pounds of non-perishable food good items to the Five Loaves and Two Fish Food Pantry, which is triple their 2015 total and was the largest donor to this organization.
The Breast Cancer Survivors' Network (BCSN) 7th Annual Breast Cancer 1-Day Walk/Run was well attended by Hoshizaki America, Inc. staff and family as part of Team: Cyndi's Breast Friends. Their contributions and fundraising efforts totaled over $6,000 and were awarded 1st Place Team Fundraiser. Funds raised go directly to The Breast Cancer Survivors' Network, Inc. located in Peachtree City, a Georgia 501 (c)(3) non-profit, volunteer-based organization. It is Georgia's largest network of Breast Cancer Support Groups and the proceeds provide for FREE programs, services, and supplies for local breast cancer patients, as well as community education of Georgia residents.
“When you’ve got a chain operator cooking 200 burgers an hour, they need drawers under the grill,” says Bauer. “We’ve seen many high-volume operations that benefit from refrigeration located below open burners. Any of it can be configured to the chef’s heart’s content.”
Hoshizaki America, Inc. is honored to receive the Sustained Excellence Award for 2016. This award is reserved for ENERGY STAR partners demonstrating outstanding leadership year over year. Our significant accomplishments over multiple years validate how energy efficiency can benefit consumers while protecting our environment.
Hoshizaki America, Inc. has just released their newest ice maker that produces up to 2115 lbs. of crescent ice per day. The KM-2100S_J3 is a stackable crescent cuber – stack two unit for twice the ice!
Fayette Senior Services, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization welcomes the generosity of this local business in assuring that their kitchen has the tools they need to continue to provide delicious and nutritious meals to the seniors in our community at an affordable cost. Throughout the years, Hoshizaki has assisted FSS in acquiring refrigerators, freezers, ice makers and most recently a new hot-box for food.
Hoshizaki America, Inc. announces the Commercial Series CRES60 - Refrigerated Equipment Stand. The 60” wide single section chef stand’s exterior and worktop are constructed of high quality stainless steel. The easy to clean worktop boasts 700 lbs. equipment capacity with a built-in high-temp heat shield.
Hoshizaki America, Inc. has just released their newest ice maker that produces up to 1184 lbs. of crescent ice per day. The KM-1100M_H is a modular crescent cuber – perfect for busy restaurants and cafes.
Classic cocktail growth today is getting an assist from high-quality, machine-made ice that requires no cutting, is made in perfect 1-inch square pieces, is clear and melts slowly. Just this year Hoshizaki America introduced a new machine, model IM-200BAA, that has been designed for premium restaurants, bars and clubs. The small footprint, high-efficiency undercounter unit produces 200 pounds of clear, large ice cubes daily and contains a 75 lb. capacity built-in storage bin.
You’ll never look at ice machines the same way after MACHINES: HOW THEY WORK premieres on Thursday, March 3 at 10PM ET on the Science Channel.