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November 2018: Issue 83

Christmas presence

With the festive season nearly upon us, now is the time to check that all is planned and ready both to embrace and benefit from this particularly busy time of year.

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November 2018: Issue 83

Soft Drinks

Britvic’s 2017 research into the importance of soft drinks at Christmas revealed that almost half of consumers (45%) were set to buy more soft drinks at Christmas and over a fifth (21%) planned to drink less alcohol.

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October 2018: Issue 82

Food Waste

Potential profit margins can be seriously decreased if operators are not constantly vigilant about unnecessary food waste.

Food WasteRead article »

October 2018: Issue 82

Prosecco

Without a doubt, Prosecco is one of the greatest success stories in the F&B arena in recent years.

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September 2018: Issue 81

Age concerns

British foodservice operators stand to lose the best part of £1 billion of business as 25-to-34-year-olds curb their eating out habits, according to a new report from The NPD Group.

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September 2018: Issue 81

Delivered Food

One of the many changes in our lives brought about by 21st century technology is the way we eat. Increasingly consumers are opting for delivered food, with the likes of Just Eat, Deliveroo and UberEats battling for supremacy.

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August 2018: Issue 80

Waste and Recycling

The media is constantly telling us what we should and should not do with our recycling. Some of this information is confusing, some of it is just rubbish, says Anna Cawley, Director of Customer Service, Cawleys.

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August 2018: Issue 80

UK’s Best Fish & Chip Shop

In January, Millers Fish & Chips in Haxby, York, North Yorkshire was crowned the UK’s best fish and chip shop as part of the 30th anniversary National Fish & Chip Awards, organised by Seafish.

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July 2018: Issue 79

Edible Flowers

Using edible flowers in cooking is becoming increasingly popular.

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July 2018: Issue 79

Sauces

Has ketchup had its chips? Does mustard no longer cut it?

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June 2018: Issue 78

Optimum Refrigeration

As we head into the warmer months, ensuring that cold stores and refrigeration equipment are functioning at their optimum capability becomes more important than ever.

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June 2018: Issue 78

Bigging up burgers

According to Mintel, the UK’s burger market is estimated to be worth an impressive £3.3bn while the NPD Group expects burgers to lead growth, both in visits and consumer spend, over the next few years.

Bigging up burgersRead article »
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Article Archive

Christmas presence

With the festive season nearly upon us, now is the time to check that all is planned and ready both to embrace and benefit from this particularly busy time of year. Read more >

Soft Drinks

Britvic’s 2017 research into the importance of soft drinks at Christmas revealed that almost half of consumers (45%) were set to buy more soft drinks at Christmas and over a fifth (21%) planned to drink less alcohol. Read more >

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