In just a few short years, cheforward™ has quickly garnered the admiration of chefs and hospitality management across the industry for its extremely innovative use of interesting materials and unique finishes. Cheforward products have helped restaurants and delis stand out across the globe; exclusive dinnerware and displayware lines can already be found gracing the tables and buffets in countries like Australia and New Zeland.
Cheforward’s ingenuity is inspired by careful attention to unmet needs in foodservice, as well as trends, evolving materials, and new technologies in adjacent spaces and sectors. This inspired innovation drives our efforts to do our best for chefs, customers, and the foodservice industry, every day.
International travelers from all over the world can experience chefoward at an exciting new restaurant changing all the rules when it comes to airport dining. Tyme is an all-vegetarian restaurant in Terminal C at Newark Airport. Chef Amanda Cohen is also known for her popular restaurant in downtown Manhattan called Dirt Candy. Chefs like Amanda Cohen recognize that it all starts with presentation. When she set out to develop her new concept called Thyme, she chose the natural collections like nourish and endure to complement her brand and cuisine. To learn more about Thyme, read the feature in Food & Wine here or check out her creative menu items featured live on Fox above.
Cheforward lines have also recently been featured in international destinations like Las Vegas, NV. If you’re grabbing a quick snack in between feeding slot machines on the strip you will find unique cheforward lines in luxurious resorts like the Wynn or Stratosphere. The Wynn Las Vegas has created an eye-catching display using the lapis collection of petrified wood boards. These proprietary serving & display boards look and feel like real stone, but are made from melamine, making them a durable and attractive option for the foodservice industry.