BCE Food Service launches Demo Kitchen

Chairman, BCE Food Service Equipment, Prince Toye Oyinlola (left) and the General Manager, Mr Greg Snalam at the launch of BCE Food Service Store, in Lagos, on Wednesday.

Leading food service equipment supplier in Africa, BCE Food Service Equipment, has opened its first store and Demo Kitchen in Matori area of Lagos.

The hospitality sector-driven equipment provider, which is cutting new edges, even as the recession bites harder, sees the trying period for Nigeria as a time to adjust with some element of innovation to weather the economic storm, which the management said will not be for a long time.

It food service launch is specifically a prompt response to the yearning of culinary experts, hoteliers and restaurateurs in Nigeria.

The launch which is a display of different sets of catering utensils and industrial equipment for home and commercial uses, is said to redefined customers’ services through added value, explained prince Toye Oyinlola, chairman of the Board of BCE Food service Equipment.

According to Prince Oyinlola, “BCE Food service equipment which response to the needs of all classes of clientele without jeopardising the competitive value of maintaining brand quality of our products.

Our standards, in terms of products satisfaction cannot be compromised because of the track record we have sustained for years.

Also speaking at the event held at the Matori showroom of the company, the General Manager, Mr Greg Snalam said “In Africa, and indeed the world, we are known for a most impressive culinary collection across premium brands.

“For years’ we have been the leading supplier of kitchen utensils, industrial cookware, commercial kitchen appliances to both the hospitality and food service industries in Africa.

Coming to Nigeria was only a matter of time as we all know the place of this wonderful country in the comity of nations on this continent.

“We are here to deliver the very best of services and products to both commercial users and private homes.”