The monthly online
magazine for all
catering professionals
Essentially Catering Magazine

Catering news - For this month's news - View magazine »

Stolen Jagermeister stock in circulation

Cellar Trends has asked the on-trade and drinks retailers to beware of being offered stocks of stolen Jagermeister, following a theft from a lorry in Lincolnshire.

Fifty pallets of Jagermeister 50cl bottles were stolen from a lorry on the A1 near Foston, Lincolnshire, this week. The stock is readily identifiable because 50cl packs are not in general distribution.

Anyone being offered such stock is asked to contact Cellar Trends on 01283 217703 and ask for Christian Davis, or to contact PC Meldrum at Lincolnshire Police on 01476 402222.

It is believed some of the Jagermeister 50cl packs have been offered to convenience store owners in the Greenford area.

Your feedback is important to us – please comment any time. Leave feedback »

Previous issues - For latest news & articles view this month's magazine »

Inside this issue

Sign up for more

Sign up today and get Essentially
Catering Magazine delivered every
month to your inbox.

You’ll also get:

  • Weekly news updates
  • Exclusive catering product offers
Sign up »
Advertisement BB Foodservice
Follow Essentially Catering Magazine on Twitter

Essentially Catering @MagazineEC 12 DEC

Fancy scooping an award at UK’s only National Ice Cream Competition? Its open to anyone who makes ice cream and is… https://t.co/MY6a5MjNOe

Essentially Catering @MagazineEC 5 DEC

We're now officially entering #Christmas month! This #December, why not give back to those who need it the most? He… https://t.co/sNdjN9pKiJ

Follow Essentially Catering Magazine on Facebook

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 >

View previous articles > 187
Advertisement Cooking oil offer