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PROCTER & GAMBLE UPGRADES DAWN: Dawn Manual Pot and Pan Detergent from P&G Professional is an upgraded formula created specifically for the foodservice industry. It delivers a more powerful grease-cutting blow and has longer lasting suds. One gallon of Dawn can make 640 gallons of dishwashing solution.

CARLISLE COLDMASTER DISPENSER: After an overnight in your freezer, the Coldmaster’s center of non-toxic refrigerant gel keeps your beverages at or below 40°F for hours.

TORANI’S DRINKING CHOCOLATE: Torani introduces European Drinking Chocolate, a decadent and delicious beverage with rich flavor. It has real pieces of artisan chocolate transformed into a drinkable dessert by steaming with milk. Choose: Triple Chocolate, Ultimate Dark, Dulce de Leche or German Chocolate Cake.

WHOLE HARVEST PAN SPRAY: This unique cooking spray is made with all natural, expeller pressed soybean oil refined without using chemicals. The resultant premium quality oil requires no preservatives to retain a clean, fresh flavor. It is rich in naturally occurring Omega 3 fatty acids, has no trans fatty acids and is cholesterol free.

HORMEL’S BREAD READY MEATS: Thanks to an advanced high pressure processing technology, Hormel’s Bread Ready line of sliced deli meats eliminates the need for chemical preservatives. Bread Ready sliced meats with TrueTaste technology employ controlled water pressure to kill potentially harmful pathogens. 

JAVETTE’S CONVENIENT COFFEE ALTERNATIVE: Javette is a quick, no-mess gourmet alternative to traditional instant coffee. Made from fresh-brewed, 100% Arabica coffee beans, it’s a .25 oz., single-serve concentrate that makes a delicious cup of coffee when mixed with hot water. The pressure resistant, tear-top pouch can even fit in a pocket. Pouches are available in boxes of 20.

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