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Summer specials

Summer specials
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Summer is upon us, school is nearly out and the industry is fast approaching one of its best periods for trading. To ensure you benefit from this potentially lucrative time of year, your establishment needs to run like a well-oiled machine to give you the best chance of managing increased footfall and seasonal expectations.

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Feedback economy

Feedback economy
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Recent research from Barclays on the feedback economy revealed the UK hospitality and leisure industry could boost the UK economy by £3.2bn over the course of the next decade by improving how customer feedback is used.

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Tax compliance

Tax compliance
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Due to the nature of the hospitality and foodservice industry – with its cash tips and untraceable food items that may have either been sold for taxable cash or thrown away as a loss – the HMRC likes to keep a close eye on the sector.

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New standard serves up sustainable approach to catering

Jun 2017 • The Soil Association Certification and the Carbon Trust have launched a new certification designed to promote sustainable catering. Read more >

New standard serves up sustainable approach to catering

Tobacco Dock takes summer to a new level

May 2017 • Launched this week at Tobacco Dock in Wapping, London, Skylight is set to be one of London's more quirky rooftop destinations. Read more >

Tobacco Dock takes summer to a new level

Caroline Quentin launches Coeliac UK’s Gluten Freevolution campaign

May 2017 • Caroline Quentin, Patron of Coeliac UK, the national charity for people living gluten free, is today (8 May) helping to launch the charity’s ‘Gluten Freevolution’ to further grow the range of options of safe gluten free food when eating Read more >

Caroline Quentin launches Coeliac UK’s Gluten Freevolution campaign

The Clink Restaurant at HMP Brixton opens for Sunday lunch behind bars

May 2017 • The Clink Restaurant at HMP Brixton is opening its doors for Sunday lunch and Thursday dinner service for the first time ever as it looks to expand its celebrated fine-dining experience in response to demand from London foodies. Read more >

The Clink Restaurant at HMP Brixton opens for Sunday lunch behind bars

Chocolate-coffee treats at London Coffee Festival,
6-9 April 2017

Mar 2017 • UCC Coffee UK & Ireland and Hotel Chocolat have joined forces for this year’s London Coffee Festival. They will be running sensory lab sessions to explore what makes coffee and chocolate great. Read more >

Chocolate-coffee treats at London Coffee Festival, <br />6-9 April 2017
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Tax Compliance

Due to the nature of the hospitality and foodservice industry – with its cash tips and untraceable food items that may have either been sold for taxable cash or thrown away as a loss – the HMRC likes to keep a close eye on the sector. Sumit Ag Read more >

Feedback Economy

Recent research from Barclays on the feedback economy revealed the UK hospitality and leisure industry could boost the UK economy by £3.2bn over the course of the next decade by improving how customer feedback is used. Read more >

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