GRAND HAVEN, MI, July 13, 2016 /CNW/ - The Canadian Office Products Association and Hot Logic, a division of Haven Innovation in Grand Haven, MI recently announced the availability of Hot Logic's patented food-warming systems that are designed to improve employee eating habits by delivering higher quality meals and a more satisfying user experience, while saving time, energy and costs.
Studies show workers are working longer hours and taking fewer breaks, skipping lunch in an effort to "get more done." Unfortunately, this is having the complete opposite effect and costing businesses untold production.
A landmark study by the World Health Organization showed that workers who take regular lunch breaks and consume higher quality food increased productivity by a whopping 20 per cent!
Hot Logic is helping businesses achieve these results by refreshing their break rooms with a slick, new way to make lunchtime more convenient, healthy and enjoyable.
Hot Logic is a compact-sized "oven" that works much like a slow cooker. The magic comes from Smart Shelf Technology®, a patented cooking and food-warming platform that combines flat surface "shelves" and low-slow conduction heat to gently bring food to an ideal, safe internal temperature, then keep the food hot for hours without over-cooking or drying it out.
Internal sensors and advanced software regulate the temperature based on feedback from the food containers. The units come in four- or eight-shelf configurations and are fully automatic, with each shelf working independent of the others.
There are no buttons, dials, timers or settings. The user simply places a meal on the shelf inside any flat-bottom, sealed-lid container, and then walks away. Their meal will be hot and ready to eat whenever they are ready, be it in an hour or six hours later, with no loss in moisture, quality or flavour.
Aside from providing better-tasting meals than if they were reheated in a lunchroom microwave, users say they like the Hot Logic's added benefits of being totally silent, odourless, easier to use and more sanitary that a "community microwave."
To learn more, Hot Logic has prepared a free White Paper for COPA members, which is available at www.hotlogic.com.
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