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Ciro launches mobile coffee-dispensing unit for hospitals

7 Dec 2012 11:26
Ciro has launched a specifically designed mobile coffee-dispensing unit, for hospitals and other care facilities in South Africa. An industry first from Douwe Egberts, the Cafitesse Solution is aligned to global health standards and, due to its closed bag-in-a-box system, it is 100% hygienic.
Electronic dosing ensures that a consistent cup of coffee is brewed cup after cup. The bag-in-box, reduced-caffeine concentrates, housed in the machine's refrigerated compartment, retain quality, freshness and flavour while reducing preparation time.

The mobile unit has a number of drawers for cups and saucers, space for trays, operates at high speed and capacity and is easy to use and refill. It also has an automated cleaning programme.

It has been designed to manoeuvre with ease in wards and with its simple user interface, can be used for self-service. There is no wastage, as the machine brews on demand. Environmentally friendly production and packaging reduces hospitals' and care facilities' carbon footprint.

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