November 10, 2014

New Jersey Restaurant Equipment Focuses on Growing Kosher Foodservice

Secaucus NJ…The message is out. Kosherfest is a great place to do business if you are targeting foodservice. NJ Restaurant Equipment Corp., which has been supplying the greater tri-state area with quality restaurant equipment and supplies, has specialized in selling kosher commercial kitchen equipment and appliances to restaurants, shuls, yeshivahs, catering companies, food manufactures and many other commercials kitchens. They also design kitchen plans from start to finish, from architecture to plumbing and electricity. They have many different types of kitchen equipments, fork, knives, pots, pans, and plates that are available for purchase nationwide. They work with all major manufacturers. Many customers buy and ship all over the world from Africa to Israel and Asia. Neil Cohen, owner of NJ Restaurant Equipment says the reason the company decided to join Kosherfest is, "We originally began our business in NYC, and now that we’ve moved to Northern NJ, we wanted to reach out to the local kosher establishments to let them know there are choices available when purchasing their equipment. Growing up kosher, I know the laws, routines, traditions, and the dishes of multiple kosher regions across the globe, and I wanted to be able to help retrofit local and national establishments with the best equipment money can buy to help them grow. We have equipped just about all the kosher establishments in Bergen County, as well as NYC, so we decided it was time to bring our company to the biggest kosher trade show in the country and invite all proprietors to visit our Fairview, NJ store."

At Kosherfest, they plan to showcase a Combi-Oven. This oven's patented Self Cooking Control offers seven convenient cooking modes so that no matter what you're making, the unit will detect product-specific requirements as well as the product size and load size to give you perfect results every time. This oven is kosher certified by the Chief Rabbi of Berlin, Rabbi Yitshak Ehrenberg.