Monthly Archives: February 2022

This May we are holding our third Big Bash 3 after previously holding 2 successful Big Bashes! Join us for a day filled with entertainment, exclusively discounted rates on our reconditioned catering equipment as well as our Supplier’s Exhibition where we have invited suppliers to demo their equipment – including a Rational Cooklive- showing you exactly how to use products which you may already have in your commercial kitchen! As a result, food will be ready all day on top of drinks and more!

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There has been a big trend recently in the development of Farm Shops by longstanding historical farms around the outskirts of Peterborough. Leading the way is Moor Farm of Newborough.

The heritage of Moor Farm dates to the Neolithic times, it is known for its outstanding quality meat and homegrown produce as well as being the perfect spot for an afternoon tea! Their working site stretches across 600 acres of arable and pastoral farmland and much like CaterFix, they hold family values to be the foundation of their business.

CaterFix has been delighted to work closely with Moor Farm over the past year. Their tearoom uses produce grown on their own land, ranging from free-range, grass-fed, Red Tractor assured meat, which is fully traceable, being born and bred on their own land, to locally made jams, fresh seasonal vegetables, homemade cakes, freshly laid eggs, and much more! They are also an English mustard grower for Colman’s.

CaterFix has been established since 2000, supplying new and reconditioned catering equipment as well as a service and repair section. Customer satisfaction has always been held highly at CaterFix and can be shown through the approach to all our jobs. “Regarding repairs and providing us with second-hand equipment, the service has been exceptional…” Judith from Moor Farm commented. “Your staff are kind and approachable, obliging… 10/10 for them”.

The design of the kitchen was to utilise the space available to achieve several different culinary functions from a quick afternoon tea to a full Sunday roast. The Rational Combi Oven leads the way in offering the capacity for all the shop’s customer’s varying tastes.

Equipment Installed and Supplied:

A combination of new and good quality reconditioned equipment was selected from CaterFix to keep costs down but to ensure reliability. Foster, Rational, Samsung, and Lincat were just some of the suppliers used to source equipment. “In the future, we will continue to go with CaterFix and the great local service they offer,” Judith commented.

“We wish Moor Farm all the best and CaterFix will be right here to support the farm as they grow their business over the following year”, Ajaz Akhtar, Managing Director of CaterFix, commented.

Written by Jasmine Akhtar, Marketing Executive

It was wonderful to be part of the Peterborough Biscuit and a great opportunity to meet some new local businesses after a year of lockdown!

CaterFix held their own stand where an Infernus Display chiller was presented with custom CaterFix cupcakes made by Continental Bakery. The day was spent reconnecting with familiar faces after over 18 months of virtual contact only. It was a great opportunity to get CaterFix back out there!

Thankyou to the organisers of The Peterborough Biscuit Marketplace for putting together such a successful event! CaterFix looks forward to attending more networking events and meeting more customers and businesses over the coming year!

CaterFix is delighted to work with all the local communities of Peterborough. Recently we have worked closely with the Sikh Temple on Royce Road ensuring their commercial kitchen needs are fulfilling their large-scale requirements. A full gas safety inspection and canopy clean was carried out and various new and used products were installed to improve speed and efficiency, which are vital for their large-scale religious and cultural events.

Randhir Singh Wahiwala was a much-respected figure, leader, and friend in our local community. In honour of his name, CaterFix has donated a hotplate to the Sikh Temple where Mr Wahiwala was a regular, may he rest in peace.