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Eggs

Eggs
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Having run for over 50 years, British Egg Week is a popular and well-established awareness week. Eggs themselves have successfully weathered the storm of bad publicity (viz in 1988 when Edwina Currie announced, incorrectly, that the majority of British eggs were infected with the Salmonella bacteria) and can now crow about the fact that they are widely recognised as a superfood. Cracking good news.

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Roast Dinner Week

Roast Dinner Week
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With British Roast Dinner Week just around the corner, operators are being encouraged both to take part in the Week itself and enter the Best British Roast Dinner competition.

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Seafood Week

Seafood Week
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Seafood Week is an eight-day national campaign encouraging the UK public to eat more fish more often and celebrate the plethora of seafood available in the UK. The campaign is run by Seafish, the industry authority on seafood, and will see a host of different organisations – from major brands to hotels, restaurants and fish & chip shops – getting involved with daily deals, competitions and events.

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Pests

Pests
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Every catering business knows that food and pests can be a poisonous combination – one that poses a serious threat not only to the health of customers and staff but also to the business as a whole. Simon Forrester, chief executive of national trade body the British Pest Control Association (BPCA), explains why pest control warrants a place on every establishment’s agenda.

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Competition – Salmon From Norway, Your Way

Aug 2016 • Your chance to win an exclusive Norwegian break for two. Read more >

Competition – Salmon From Norway, Your Way

Pubs’ chance to be crowned Best Beer Garden

Aug 2016 • A nationwide search is underway to discover Britain’s most vibrant and picturesque pub gardens. Read more >

Pubs’ chance to be crowned Best Beer Garden

BBPA publishes guide on what upcoming changes in business rates mean for the pub industry

Aug 2016 • With just weeks to go until the publication of new rateable values for pubs, the British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA) is urging licensees to check their valuations when they appear on 30 September. Read more >

BBPA publishes guide on what upcoming changes in business rates mean for the pub industry
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Article Archive

Allergy Awareness

The most recent reports suggest that up to 10 people die in the UK each year because of food allergen exposure Read more >

Coffee matters

Research from Allegra (on behalf of UCC Coffee UK & Ireland) tells us that two thirds of consumers judge the quality of a restaurant, pub or hotel based on the quality of its coffee. Read more >

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