Jaccard Corporation Launches World’s Only NSF Approved Stacker Slicers
ROCHESTER, NY – Jaccard Corporation is pleased to announce the launch of its new automatic slicers that recently received certification by NSF; thereby becoming the only NSF approved stacker slicer in the world today. Targeted towards grocery chains’ rapidly expanding “Grab N’ Go” programs that eliminate the traditional deli counter “take a number” waiting game, the new 2000 and 4000 series models have revolutionized traditional stacker slicer design protocols.
Adapted from an active German made machine with over 20 years of success in the European market, the new Jaccard slicers leapfrog traditional design and incorporate cutting edge innovation that provides the industry’s best performance, minimizes the risk of repetitive motion injuries and significantly lowers the customer’s total cost of ownership.
The model 2000 and 4000 series slicers can slice in excess of 200 pounds of bacon per hour and will consistently slice any deli meat or cheese product with speed and accuracy. Patent pending and standard slicer features include the revolutionary Dishwasher Cleanable™ chain drive assembly that enhances sanitation, minimizes replacement parts and significantly extends chain life, the liquid diversion system that provides near total containment of meat juices during slicing operations, a single PC board format that significantly reduces repair costs and the angled carriage design that allows consistent and accurate slicing and stacking of lower profile meats and cheeses.
Founded by Swiss Master Butcher Andre Jaccard in 1962, Jaccard Corporation develops and markets on a worldwide basis, innovative, compelling and high quality products for preparing food. Its products have been used by the world’s best chefs, North America’s largest food processors and cooking enthusiasts around the world for more than fifty years.
Since its founding in 1944, NSF International has jointly developed over 75 standards and certified thousands of products as safe to use in commercial food and restaurant settings. The NSF Mark on commercial foodservice is the most widely accepted and recognized Mark for sanitation, in North America today.