Dalebrook, the leading supplier of high quality melamine food display products has announced the launch of two stunning new collections for 2017, the Urban and Casablanca ranges.
Taking inspiration from Moroccan culture and cuisine, the new Casablanca collection has been designed to showcase vibrant food, packed full of colours and spices. Designed to look the part in any Moroccan food display, the Casablanca range combines an authentic, crackled textured look with the practicality and durability of melamine.
The Casablanca range features a large display bowl, smaller bowl and dinner plates, creating the perfect backdrop for serving warming tagines, flaky pastillas and traditional spicy hariras and is designed for large or small serving solutions. Available in a stunning green colourway, the Casablanca range is also due to be launched in new colours later this year.
In contrast to Casablanca, the Urban range has a clean and cool look, designed with deli counter displays in mind. The gritty, concrete effect embraces the urban trend whilst delivering a lightweight, durable melamine alternative. Like the Casablanca range, the stunning new collection is also easy to clean, stain resistant and chip resistant.
The Urban range features three different Gastro size slabs which can be used for both sharing platters and deli displays. Accompanying the platters are medium and large melamine concrete bowls featuring a white interior and concrete effect exterior to complement the Gastro slabs.
Commenting on the launch of Dalebrook’s two new ranges, Jennie Knott, Managing Director of Dalebrook Supplies said; “At Dalebrook Supplies we ensure that we remain at the forefront of the industry, embracing the latest design trends for the food service sector. The Casablanca and Urban ranges are attractive and innovative food service solutions that both look the part in food outlets whilst featuring all the health and safety product benefits of melamine.”
The Casablanca and Urban ranges are now available to order for January 17.
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