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Merrychef Wins Green Good Design Award

Merrychef has been awarded a top honor for “green” design.

The Guildford, England-based division of the Welbilt Inc., received a Green Good Design Award for the eikon e2s, which is marketed as the smallest high-speed oven with the largest cavity to footprint ratio on the market.

The Good Design awards, founded in 1950 by the Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design, joined forces this year with the European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies to present the new Green Good Design Awards, providing international recognition to companies, organizations, governments, institutions, and individuals who demonstrate an inspired and exceptional level of progress towards a more sustainable and ‘green’ way of working.

Merrychef’s Graham Veal, V.P.-Marketing EMEA, says, “It is important that Merrychef products are recognized for the cutting edge design and dedication to sustainability that forms a key part of our research, development and manufacturing process. Most importantly however, is that our products are designed with simplicity at their heart: simple to install, simple to use and simple to clean and maintain.”


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