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Summer Food

Summer Food
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Recent research by Barclays Corporate Banking predicts that this year will be a bumper one for staycations, which is good news for hospitality and foodservice operators.

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Summer Drinks

Summer Drinks
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In spite of the washout that was the first half of June, temperatures are gradually rising as Summer – one of the key trading periods for the hospitality sector – arrives with a host of opportunities, particularly for licensees.

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Food on the Move

Food on the Move
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How we eat is changing. From the food we can get, to how we order it and how we receive it – consumer expectations are growing as innovators push the boundaries of what is possible.

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Fire Prevention

Fire Prevention
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In 2016/17, according to the National Fire Chiefs Council, there were 1860 fires in UK food and drink establishments, of which 1639 were accidental and 221 deliberate.

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Kitchen Porter of the Year competition celebrates seventh year with £12k prize fund

Jul 2019 • Recognising the often unsung, yet vital, role of the Kitchen Porter, Winterhalter’s competition is open for entries. But hurry, deadline is 9 August 2019. Read more >

Kitchen Porter of the Year competition celebrates seventh year with £12k prize fund

The Green Vic, the world’s most ethical pub, opens in Shoreditch, London

Jul 2019 • The Better World Group’s mission is to run a pub where everything that is bought and used has a positive environmental and social impact. Read more >

The Green Vic, the world’s most ethical pub, opens in Shoreditch, London

Conference debates future food and service trends

Jun 2019 • The recent ‘Food at the Heart of Culture’ conference was hosted by EP Business in Hospitality in partnership with international law firm Bird & Bird at its London headquarters. Read more >

Conference debates future food and service trends

The Soak adds another dimension to London Victoria’s vibrant food offer

Jun 2019 • Menu at Grosvenor Hotel’s new restaurant is based on soaking, fermenting, steeping and brining techniques. And there’s live music too. Read more >

The Soak adds another dimension to London Victoria’s vibrant food offer

Fish beats veg and meat in battle of the chefs

Jun 2019 • Held at Flat Iron Square, London the annual gourmet competition – comprising 12 top London restaurants – raised more than £8500 for Hospitality Action recently. Read more >

Fish beats veg and meat in battle of the chefs
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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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