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Tormek is proud to collaborate with the Swedish Culinary Team and will ensure that Team Manager Fredrik Andersson and his team have sharp knives to work with in the kitchen.
The Swedish Culinary Team represents Sweden in international culinary competitions and the current team consists of seven chefs and five pastry chefs. Ahead, the team will compete in the Culinary World Cup 2018 and the Culinary Olympics 2020, where they aim to reclaim the position as the world’s leading chefs and pastry chefs.
- Having sharp knives is incredibly important for us to be able to perform. Therefore, Tormek’s sharpening machine is an important part of our equipment, as we can sharpen an edge quickly and easily. This creates the conditions for being able to succeed in our goals, states Team Manager Fredrik Andersson.
Tormek of Sweden is fully focused on sharpening. The company is located in Lindesberg (Sweden) and all the product development, engineering work and production are made in Sweden before the products reach the end customers worldwide.
- Since 1973, Tormek has been dedicated to developing sharpening solutions for those who appreciate a razor-sharp edge. We are now very much looking forward to sharing our knowledge with the Swedish Culinary Team, and being a part of the work that develops Swedish gastronomy, says Tormek’s CEO Håkan Persson.
Stig Reitan, Håkan Persson and Mattias Eriksson (not in picture) demonstrate how the Tormek T-2 Knife Sharpener works.
Daniel Haynes hones the edge on the honing wheel, which gives the edge its final sharpness. During the sharpening, the knife is guided with the help of a clamp. This gives the user full control of both angle and result.
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