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Chocolate

Chocolate
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For survival, today’s high streets are increasingly dependent on the plethora of coffee shops (both independent and chain) that have sprung up over the past few years. While the meteoric rise in the numbers of these establishments is widely acknowledged to reflect our phenomenally popular coffee culture, chocolate has also been making its mark both as a hot drink – most cafés offer hot chocolate with a plethora of toppings to satisfy consumers looking for a sweet treat – and as an edible delight.

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Egg Week

Egg Week
Page 21

They say that there is no such thing as bad publicity, however when, in 1988, MP Edwina Currie announced, incorrectly, that the majority of British eggs were infected with the Salmonella bacteria, the egg industry suffered – through no fault of its own. Today, the industry once again enjoys the success it so richly deserves, helped in no small way by British Lion eggs whose logo gives you the guarantee that not only is there no possibility of Salmonella, but also the conditions in which the hens live meet strict criteria that are a far cry from the battery cages of years gone by.

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British Food Fortnight

British Food Fortnight
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Organised by Love British Food, British Food Fortnight is the biggest annual, national celebration of British Food with hundreds of events nationwide, uniting retail, buying, food service, education sectors and producers. Whether you choose to throw yourself into the event hook, line and sinker or merely give it a nod on your menu, the Fortnight provides myriad ways to promote your establishment and encourage footfall.

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Protecting Your Bottom Line

Protecting Your Bottom Line
Page 33

Food outlets use a large amount of gas and electricity as part of food storage and preparation. For a small business, this can mean a dent in profits if you do not keep a close eye on your bills. Kevan Enticott owns Perfect Clarity – an independent energy broker. He spends a lot of time working with businesses helping them to save money on their bills. Here he gives his seven top tips to becoming a greener business and saving money.

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Rapid growth in takeaway sector serves up success for UK economy

Aug 2015 • A new report from JUST EAT shows that the UK takeaway industry was worth £9 billion to the economy and supported more than 220,000 direct jobs in 2014. Read more >

Rapid growth in takeaway sector serves up success for UK economy

London’s South Bank hots up for Summer

Jul 2015 • Londoners reading this will know that the South Bank, near Waterloo Station, comes into its own during the warmer months with different street food outlets, performers and art installations popping up to be enjoyed by the world and his wife. Read more >

London’s South Bank hots up for Summer

Heart transplant chef scales heights

Jul 2015 • A chef who was given just 48 hours to live before receiving a heart transplant is on top of the world after climbing one of the highest volcanoes in Ecuador. Read more >

Heart transplant chef scales heights
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