Sarova Panafric partners with Samsung to train students in culinary colleges using new Samsung microwave oven (photos)

Sarova Panafric partners with Samsung to train students in culinary colleges using new Samsung microwave oven (photos)

Sarova Panafric has entered into a  Partnership with Samsung electronic holdings to train Students in culinary colleges on how to use the new Samsung microwave oven.

The partnership intends to steer the Students in the hospitality and Catering colleges to understand the basics of using the new pieces of equipment in the industry.

READ ALSO: Sarova Hotels recognized in the 2017 Haute Grandeur Global Hotel and Spa Awards

See the Pictures from the Partnership.

Jane Mugun, Marketing Manager, Consumer Electronics Samsung East Africa, takes a selfie with students from culinary colleges at Sarova Panafric during a training at the hotel on how to use the new Samsung Hotblast Microwave Oven. Samsung Electronics launched the HotBlast Microwave Oven in the Kenyan market in November. It incorporates new technology that makes it possible for a convection microwave to cook food up to 50% quicker than a traditional convection oven.

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Sarova Panafric Executive Sous Chef, George Mathu demonstrates to students Ruth Kagendo (Top Chef Culinary Institute, left), Martin Lee (Boma International Hospitality College) and Josephine Kibochi (Kibondeni College), how to use the new Samsung Hotblast Microwave Oven. Samsung Electronics launched the HotBlast™ Microwave Oven in the Kenyan market in November. It incorporates new technology that makes it possible for a convection microwave to cook food up to 50% quicker than a traditional convection oven.

 

 

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