Panasonic launches ‘try before you buy’ to speed up your food offer


Panasonic, the professional microwave giant, is giving catering operators the chance to trial its SCV2 speed convection oven for four weeks, for free!

Such is the Company’s confidence in this amazing piece of kit being able to transform any operator’s food offer, they are giving caterers the chance to apply for a free four week trial* so they can see for themselves how the SCV2 can assist in the kitchen with cooking, toasting, grilling, baking and reheating a wide range of fresh and frozen menu items.

Using Panasonic’s unique Inverter technology, the SCV2 heats gently enough for soup and will toast a panini in under a minute, yet has a small footprint, is stackable and can be located anywhere, front or back of house, thanks to its catalytic converter, eliminating the need for any extraction!

The SCV2 oven can store up to 1,000 cooking programmes with images, so is easy for anyone to use.

Andrew Whyte, Assistant Product Manager, Panasonic UK;We wanted to make the SCV2 accessible to as many operators as possible because we understand there may be hesitancy in investing in a piece of quality equipment up front.  By offering a free trial, we can ensure that any barriers to making a decision can be removed, and demonstrate fully the features and benefits of this remarkable oven in a customer’s own kitchen.”

To get your hands on an SCV2, free for four weeks, all you have to do is email your interest at commercial.ovens@eu.panasonic.com.

To  learn more about the SCV2, go to panasonic.co.uk/pro-cooking or to see the SCV2 in action, go along to the Panasonic stand at HRC between 21st – 23rd March 2022 at ExCel.

*Subject to terms and conditions. While stocks last

To find out more about Panasonic’s range of commercial microwave ovens, call 01344 476516, email commercial.ovens@eu.panasonic.com or go to panasonic.co.uk/pro-cooking

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