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PolyScience to Showcase Cutting-Edge Culinary Equipment at the StarChefs.com Congress
Date:9/23/2013

Niles, IL (PRWEB) September 23, 2013

PolyScience will showcase a wide array of the culinary industry’s most precise temperature control kitchen products and the revolutionary PolyScience Sous Vide Toolbox iPhone / iPad application at the StarChefs.com International Chefs Congress to be held at the SuperPier at 15th Street in New York City, September 29-October 1.

“Temperature control is the key to kitchen success, and no one provides more precise control to both professional chefs and home cooks than PolyScience,” said Philip Preston, President, PolyScience. He added, “Many of the world’s most accomplished culinary experts depend on our products and information, but we don’t stop there. Instead, we are constantly addressing all aspects of the culinary arts and sciences to further help those professionals consistently and cost effectively create signature dining experiences, anytime and anywhere. We look forward to sharing our ideas with them at the StarChefs.com Congress and are gratified that so many of the presentations, demonstrations and workshops feature our products.”

PolyScience will be highlighting its unsurpassed range of Sous Vide circulators, tanks, vacuum sealers and accessories, as well as its innovative Anti-Griddle®, Sonicprep™, Rotary Vacuum Evaporation System and Smoking Gun® products.

To help make PolyScience products more accessible, JB Prince, 36 E. 31st Street, New York City, is offering a 10% discount on the complete line of PolyScience Sous Vide equipment in conjunction with the Congress, September 30 through October 4.

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PolyScience has been satisfying the most demanding laboratory and industrial needs since 1963. Consistent, precise and cost effective temperature control has been our core competency throughout those 50 years. Building on that foundation, we’re proud to have become the “go to” source for chefs and cooks seeking a wide arr
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