Edlund Introduces the New DS SeriesII Digital Portion Scales

Durable Construction Withstands Harsh Foodservice Environments

BURLINGTON, VT – February 2007 – Edlund Company, Inc., a Vermont-based developer and manufacturer of high-quality stainless steel equipment for the foodservice industry, announced the introduction of its NSF certified DS SeriesII Digital Portion Scales. A fully redesigned and enhanced version of the previous model, the DS SeriesII is the new generation of its most popular scales.

The improved design technology of DS SeriesII Digital Portion Scale provides twice the moisture resistance against corrosion, offering superior protection as compared to similar scales available in the marketplace. A new power jack plug protects the internal components of the scale when batteries are in use, and the larger LCD display makes it easier to read from a distance. Most importantly, the new line uses the Edlund Company’s patent pending Dual Housing TechnologyTM and Scale Within a ScaleTM design. The stainless steel construction provides extra shock absorbing protection against accidental damage.

“We understand that sometimes foodservice operations are highly abusive, and at times unpredictable environments,” comments Peter Nordell, Edlund’s senior vice president of global sales and marketing. “The DS SeriesII Digital Portion Scale’s durability lives up to the demands of every foodservice operator.”

The DS Scale is NSF certified, CE approved and USDA accepted. To learn more, visit Edlund’s website, EdlundCo.com.

About the Edlund Company, Inc.

The Edlund Company, Inc. is an ISO-Certified company headquartered in Burlington, VT, USA. For more than 80 years, the company has been a leader in the development and manufacturing of high-quality stainless steel equipment for domestic and international foodservice operations, including the #1 brand of can openers and portion control scales in the industry. Many of Edlund’s products are NSF-Certified, confirming the company’s commitment to customer satisfaction through food safety.