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Eggs

Eggs
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British Lion eggs is calling on UK food businesses to get cracking and make plans for British Egg Week, which this year has a Protein Power theme.

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Baking

Baking
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While National Baking Week is primarily a consumer occasion, it is worth taking a look at bakery outlets in the foodservice sector as their increasing popularity is likely to impact the rest of the industry.

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British Food Fortnight

British Food Fortnight
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Caterers are being urged to maintain their backing of local British producers in the run-up to one of the UK’s biggest national celebrations, British Food Fortnight. Now in its 18th year, the annual event celebrates the diverse and quality produce on our doorstep.

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Smartphone Consumers

Smartphone Consumers
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In a world dominated by increasingly demanding consumers wedded to their smartphones, Mel Taylor, CEO, Omnico explains why caterers need to adapt their service offerings to target mobile users.

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British Pakistani businessman and Bestway Group Chief Executive to be appointed to the House of Lords

Sep 2019 • Zameer Choudrey CBE will be appointed to the House of Lords under the Queen’s intention of conferring Peerages of the United Kingdom. Read more >

British Pakistani businessman and Bestway Group Chief Executive to be appointed to the House of Lords

Brits love drinking wine, but how much do we actually know about it?

Sep 2019 • A survey commissioned by the Wine & Spirit Education Trust to mark the launch of Wine Education Week (9-15 September) reveals that our knowledge of this popular drink is not particularly profound Read more >

Brits love drinking wine, but how much do we actually know about it?

Finalists for Bocuse d’Or UK Selection revealed

Aug 2019 • Final to be held at The Restaurant Show, London Olympia on Monday 30 September Read more >

Finalists for Bocuse d’Or UK Selection revealed

Britain’s pub and restaurant groups see steady sales growth in July

Aug 2019 • Managed establishments saw collective like-for-like sales grow 1.2% in July against the same time last year, latest figures from the Coffer Peach Business Tracker show Read more >

Britain’s pub and restaurant groups see steady sales growth in July

National Waiters' Day, Sunday 8 September at the London Hospitality Festival

Aug 2019 • National Waiters' Day is a national campaign, highlighting the dedication, skill and hard work of those working in the Food and Beverage industry. Read more >

National Waiters' Day, Sunday 8 September at the London Hospitality Festival
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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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