Press Release

“Induction Cooker Lucky Draw” in Macau Food Festival

28 November 2016, Macau

To promote induction cooking and establish a healthy food culture, in addition to organizing the “Healthy Eating” Induction Cooking Contest annually, CEM also presents “Induction Cooker Lucky Draw” in Macau Food Festival. Ten induction cookers are given away in the Lucky Draw.

With the advantages of safer, faster and more convenient, induction cookers are very suitable for household usage. Induction cooker makes use of electro-magnetic induction to heat the bottom of a cookware directly, boasting heat efficiency of 85% and one-third shorter cooking time than flame cooking, which contributes to an energy reduction of 30% to 45%, thus saving time and money. Moreover, induction cooker can solve the problem of heat diffusion, thus lowering the kitchen temperature by 4-5oC and producing less noise and smoke. Cooking in a cool and comfortable kitchen is proficient and enjoyable.

The Lucky Draw received overwhelming response. The drawing ceremony was held earlier in the Festival venue, presided by Lei U Weng and Elizabeth Chung, Chairman and Standing Director of Food and Beverage Merchants of Macau; Jaclyn Iun, Manager of CEM Communications and Public Affairs Office. Each of the winners will receive one single-zone induction cooker respectively plus a cookbook that includes all dishes made by the finalists of “Healthy Eating” Induction Cooking Contest.

The ten lucky winners are: Leong Nim Chi, Kou Hok Son, Cheong Heng Man, Ho Weng Ian, Ho Hou Wa, Siu Mei Va, Leong Wai Man, Ha Sok Cheng, Tam Lai Ngo and Lei Vun Kun. Winners will be notified individually by CEM.