The ‘landmark innovation’ will enable match-going fans to experience the ‘future of food and drink purchases’ without having to pay at a till.
Grab & Go
Retail outlets operated or contracted out by caterers in the public sector could soon be open without sales staff or the need for cash.
Research revealed that Gen Z had four motivating factors when making food and drinks purchases, including taste, speed, convenience and choice.
The store, which is a first for the food service sector, is set to open in Ireland followed by additional sites in the UK over the next year including units in the sports and defence sectors.
The assembled panel included Philip Shelley (chair of the NHS Hospital Food Review), Naomi Campbell RGN (Hydration Care Nurse Consultant), Tim Radcliffe (facilities manager at East Lancashire Hospi
Natasha’s Law, which came into effect from 1 October 2021, requires all food businesses to provide full ingredient lists and allergen labelling on foods pre-packaged for direct sale (PPDS) on the p
Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic alfresco dining has grown in popularity as consumers seek food-to-go offerings in an outdoor setting.
Compass has been working with Noviniti Ltd to deliver the fully funded new main entrance.
Public Sector Catering are hosting PBW to encourage caterers across the public sector in schools, hospitals, care
According to research food on the go has evolved into a ‘huge market’, which was estimated to b