The term ‘plant-based’ has become firmly rooted in our vocabulary as people recognise the need to reduce meat and dairy consumption for health and environmental reasons.
Premiumisation, a return to homegrown flavours and indulgence are all among the trends that will continue to impact the food and drink industry.
AR will enable customers to experience the sights, sounds and possibly even smells, of their favourite takeaway, allowing customers the full takeaway experience without leaving the house.
It’s no secret that there is currently a national skills shortage in the hospitality industry. In fact, three in every ten hospitality businesses currently find vacancies difficult to fill.
A new parliamentary group report has highlighted a ‘worrying trend of serious breaches of rights and dignity rights’ among those with religious and philosophical beliefs while eating in care.
With the hospitality industry on the road to recovery, many catering outlets are looking at how they can drive growth and protect their business in the long term.
Sustainability is a priority for most public sector businesses, many of whom will have a number of targets to reach.
In July this year the Health and Social Care Committee approved the appointment of Professor Susan Jebb as the new chair of the Food Standards Agency (FSA).
Lavazza brand ambassador and head of training David Cutler said: “Coffee consumption has always stayed at a relativel
We all recognise the efficiency benefits of using digital technology, but the advantages go beyond simply saving time.