5 Equipment Manufacturers Making National Restaurant Association Show Debut

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Botrista Technology, a 2022 Kitchen Innovations Award recipient, is one of several foodservice equipment manufacturers debuting at this year's National Restaurant Association Show.

The National Restaurant Association Show is welcoming over 500 new exhibitors this year, and several are in the equipment category.

Here’s a look at five foodservice equipment manufacturers, including a 2022 Kitchen Innovations Award recipient, debuting at this year’s show:

Botrista Technology

Botrista Technology received a 2022 Kitchen Innovations Award for DrinkBot, an autopilot beverage station that’s used with prepackaged ingredients to create teas, lattes, flavored lemonades, iced coffees and more. The equipment has a capacity of 300 12-ounce drinks, all within five square feet. (Booth 9242)

The Aging Room

The Aging Room has taken “classic butcher shop tradition” and merged it with modern technology with its dry-aging chamber. The chamber is equipped with an illuminated wall made of bricks of Himalayan salt that contribute to the drying process and act as a natural antibacterial element. (Booth 10147)

RPI Industries

Medford, N.J.-based RPI Industries offers products to help restaurants, hotels and more store, display and deliver cuisine. The company’s featured product is a temperature-controlled locker system for food pickup and delivery, offering optional motorized, touchless doors for a hands-free experience. (Booth 412)

Enhanced Beverage Solutions

Enhanced Beverage Solutions manufactures nitro infusion and carbonation systems for the specialty beverage industry. Its Nitro Infuser creates nitro-infused beverages like cold brew coffee, tea, tea sodas, energy drinks and alcoholic drinks, while its plug-and-play Draft Carbonator produces sparkling water quickly. (Booth 651)

Aqueduct Water Systems

Aqueduct Water Systems is the company behind Aqueduct, a gravity-fed water delivery system that allows large volumes of drinking water to be easily transported, stored and dispensed. The system uses a modular platform to house as many standard five-gallon water bottles as needed and uses gravity to empty one bottle at a time. (Booth 950)



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