Fresh French Fries Franchise Frozen or fresh cut french fries?
Sammic French Fry System allows restaurant operators to serve tasty, healthy and popular fresh-cut fries in a consistent manner while dramatically cutting down food costs.
Serve tasty & healthy fresh-cut fries
There are diferent system options; from compact systems for smaller restaurants to large industrial system for institutions or commissary kitchens.
Myth and facts about fresh french fries
- Fresh cut fries are more expensive and allow less consistency than frozen fries.
- Taste like real potatoes. Customers notice it.
- Have no chemical additives.
- Can be as consistent as frozen if folowing a specific system
- Help operators save thousands of dollars a month, taking into consideration all variables including labor costs.
- Allow more mark up.
- Help set you apart from the competition.
Sammic French Fry System
Performed during off hours, only once a week, fresh cut fries will stay perfectly fresh for 8-9 days when peeled, cut, vacuum sealed and refrigarated in one process.
|240 Kg||Potato Peeler PI-10 10 Kg. / 22 pounds load per cycle.|
|480 Kg||Potato Peeler PI-20 20 Kg. / 44 pounds load per cycle.|
|720 Kg||Potato Peeler PI-30 30 Kg. / 66 pounds load per cycle.|
|Potato Chipping Machine CF-5 Ideal to make perfect french fries for restaurants and large kitchens.|
SE line. Vacuum controlled by a highly precise sensor.
The Sammic SE line of vacuum packing machines incorporates a new control panel that uses a single program to adjust the vacuum percentage and includes an option to program up to 10 seconds of vacuum "plus".
|10 m3/h||Vacuum Sealer SE-310 Tabletop model. 10 m³/h. 320 mm.|
|10 m3/h||Vacuum Sealer SE-410 Tabletop model. 10 m³/h. 420 mm.|
We offer customised solutions for our most demanding users in Catering and Hotel, Licensed Trade and Food Industries since 1961.
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