Hospitality Industry Gathers in Italy This Week With Optimism for the Future

Over 1200 exhibitors are expected in the Rho Fiera pavilions in Milan, Italy – including 435 from 43 foreign countries.

As the food & beverage industry looks to a brighter future while it emerges from a difficult past two years weathering the global pandemic, thousands of people across the industry will gather this week in Milan Italy for Host Milano 2021

In total, 1,291 exhibiting companies will arrive in Milan to discuss and stay updated on the state of the art in the sector in terms of technological innovation, product, and service, but also to outline the scenarios that will shape the hospitality of the future.

According to organizers, 435 participants from 43 countries (with an international percentage of 34%), including promising international markets such as Germany, France, Spain, USA, Portugal, Holland, Greece, United Kingdom, and Turkey.

As for the product sectors, the most represented at the fair will be Professional Catering and Coffee Machine Bars.

“The recovery has already begun for going out,” Host Milano said in a release.

“This is what the world trade data says, and it is confirmed by the latest surveys on consumer and company behavior in the mechanical sector.”

They added, “HostMilano, the world trade fair dedicated to the world of catering and hospitality, will finally be back Live, and in complete safety”

Dipo to Showcase New Platinum and Titanium Lines

At this year’s Host Milano, Dipo Induction will showcase an innovative leap in cutting-edge cooking appliances designed for use by professional chefs in busy commercial kitchens. 

The two new product lines will be marketed under the D.Pro premium sub-brand of Dipo Induction and are aimed at capitalizing on the green trend across the F&B industry that is seeing more and more high-volume kitchens turning to eco-friendly appliances in an effort to reduce the use of fossil fuels.

Platinum Line

Slated for release in 2022, The seductively stylish Platinum Line was designed to offer greater flexibility in busy commercial kitchens with six highly customizable induction appliances that allow for a variety of combinations best suited to a kitchen’s specific needs. 

Dipo’s Platinum Line

The Platinum Line appliances include a Griddle, Two-Zone Cooktop, Deep Fryer, Multi-Cooker, Pasta Boiler, and a Wok, all of which can seamlessly be used side-by-side or as stand-alone units.

Two Zone Cooktop, Deep Fryer, Pasta Boiler, Multi-Cooker, and Wok

“We took an in-depth look at the current needs of the entire market from mom and pop operations to global hotel chains to high volume ghost kitchens,” said Martin Vermeulen, CEO of Dipo Europe.

“We created the Platinum Line with a never before seen level of interchangeability, reliability, safety, and eco-friendly efficiency to meet the needs of professional kitchens both large and small.”

Titanium Line

Dipo’s Titanium Line is a heavy-duty high-tech-driven line designed for continuous use by large commercial kitchens in restaurants, hotels, hospitals, governmental organizations, factory operations, and more. 

Also set for a 2022 release, the WiFi-connected, touch-screen controlled Titanium Line has pre-programmed and programmable smart technology built right in, making high-volume commercial cooking easier, more efficient, and more eco-friendly than ever before.

Tilting Kettle

The line is made up of four product groupings with a wide range of sizes and capacities across appliances including Standing Kettles, Tilting Kettles, Bratt Pans/Skillets, and Steam Cabinets.

Standing Kettles

We hope to see you at this year’s Host Milano. If you are going to be there drop by and see us at Hall 7, Stand U37

Image via Host Milano

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