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NEW LOCAL CAFÉ TECHNOLOGY WINS AUSTRALIAN MADE AWARD

24-09-2015
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Coffee Machine Technologies’ ‘Viper’ multi-purpose steamer has won the Best New Australian Made Product Award at the food industry’s largest trade event, Fine Food Australia.

The Viper steamer is made in Victoria using all Australian-made components and can froth milk manually or automatically and dispense hot water for tea.

Because it works independently, it can supplement an existing coffee machine, saving bench space and improving productivity without adding another machine.

The prize for winning the award is a licence to use the Australian Made logo, paid in full for one year. The iconic green-and-gold kangaroo logo is Australia’s only registered country-of-origin certification trade mark for the full range of genuine Aussie products and produce.

Australian Made Campaign Chief Executive, Ian Harrison, welcomed Coffee Machine Technologies onboard and congratulated the team on their win.

“Coffee Machine Technologies’ commitment to Australian manufacturing is commendable and we look forward to helping the company promote its great quality Australian Made products to the world,” Mr Harrison said

“The Australian Made Campaign is proud to support the food and foodservice industries through the Fine Food Best New Australian Made Product Award.” 

“We are very excited to have won the award for ‘Best New Australian Made Product’,” Coffee Machine Technologies Managing Director, John Colangeli said.

 Runners up for the award were Queensland Plastics, for its preparation board, and Kialla Pure Foods for its Plate 2 Farm Tracker software.

To find out more about the Australian Made Campaign or the Australian Made, Australian Grown logo, visit www.australianmade.com.au.

To find out more about the Coffee Machine Technologies Viper, visit www.vipersteamer.com.

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