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October 2017: Issue 70

Chocs away

When it comes to chocolate spend per head, the UK is top of the leaderboard.

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September 2017: Issue 69

Kitchen Compliance

In June, BBC TV’s Watchdog programme revealed that ice from three of the UK’s biggest coffee chains (Costa Coffee, Starbucks and Caffe Nero) contained bacteria from faeces.

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September 2017: Issue 69

British Egg Week

UK consumers eat around 12.5 billion eggs a year – approximately 34 million eggs a day.

British Egg WeekRead article »

August 2017: Issue 68

Coffee Cup Conundrum

UK consumers throw away about 2.5 billion coffee cups every year, but less than 1% are recycled because most facilities cannot handle their plastic film lining.

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August 2017: Issue 68

Coffee Matters

People of a certain age will doubtless remember the days when, eating out of home, your wine choice was simply ‘red or white’. At the same time, a cup of coffee invariably comprised simply boiling (yes) water, milk and a spoonful of soluble co

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July 2017: Issue 67

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.

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July 2017: Issue 67

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.

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June 2017: Issue 66

Waste Disposal

With restaurant kitchens facing continuous drainage problems, operators need to be more aware of how they dispose of fats, oils and greases. Michelle Ringland, head of marketing at drainage specialist Lanes Group, advises on how to tackle the issue.

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June 2017: Issue 66

Fire Safety

With open flames, hot equipment, cooking oils, alcohol, and many more potential causes of fire in catering establishments, good fire safety practices are essential.

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May 2017: Issue 65

Google Insight

It is often said that internet marketing – and Search Engine Optimisation in particular – is probably the most efficient and cost-effective form of modern marketing.

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May 2017: Issue 65

Cumulative Impact Zones

Pubs, bars and restaurants require the grant of a Licensing Act 2003 premises licence from the local council to permit the sale of alcohol and other licensable activities.

Cumulative Impact ZonesRead article »

April 2017: Issue 64

British Beef Week

Great British Beef Week is now in its seventh year and begins on St George's Day to raise awareness of the quality and versatility of British beef.

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Article Archive

Chocs away

When it comes to chocolate spend per head, the UK is top of the leaderboard. Read more >

Kitchen Compliance

In June, BBC TV’s Watchdog programme revealed that ice from three of the UK’s biggest coffee chains (Costa Coffee, Starbucks and Caffe Nero) contained bacteria from faeces. Read more >

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