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10 good deeds to prevent food waste

Food waste is a real problem! In Switzerland, a third of all food produced goes to waste. At the top of the list are fresh vegetables, potatoes and bread, with throwaway rates of 63, 61 and 56 per cent. Most waste occurs in private households. Source: foodwaste.ch. Help to reduce food wastage rates by trying out the following tips. Continue reading

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Sous vide and other gourmet dishes

What does gourmet involve? Incorporating all the senses into cooking and baking. Continue reading

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Loading help – the right way to store items in your refrigerator

As warm air rises even in refrigerators, this can lead to different temperatures within the appliance. It is therefore important to store foods correctly so that the ingredients last longer and retain their quality – not to mention the impact on the household budget. Continue reading

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Kilometres and Vitamins

Exercise and nutrition. Discussions about the right amount of exercise and healthy eating are endless. Healthy eating also plays an important part in the development of our Combi-Steam machines. Read more about our latest achievement below. Continue reading

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Do you need additional salt and rinse aid as well as dishwasher tablets?

According to cleaning product manufacturers, all-in-one products for dishwashers make regenerating salt and rinse aid superfluous. The rinse aid and salt functions are included in the tablet, along with other features. As a result, the customer no longer has to add salt and rinse aid. However, is the dosage in the tablet always sufficient? Thanks to extended tests in the lab and in the field, we can now give you the answer. Continue reading

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Flying high with the savoir-faire principle

The first pair of shoes to walk on Mount Everest was Swiss. The first watch on the moon was Swiss. For our first blog post, we're going to talk about the savoir-faire principle – the recipe for success for Swiss-made products. In doing so, we'll also take a journey back to the very beginnings of our own company. Subscribe to our blog for more exciting content Savoir-faire is the principle of... Continue reading

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