Nicholls was recognised for services to the hospitality sector, particularly her work to champion the industry and present to the Government the challenges to businesses that have encouraged suppor
Its Festive Feast campaign is being supported by LACA, the school food people, along with suppliers Bidfood, Upfields, William White Meats and Hartley Farms Foods, which have between them donated t
“No child should be too hungry to learn, and we’re proud to help Magic Breakfast deliver meals to children at risk of hunger across the UK.
Brakes will join him and some of Britain’s leading retailers and food manufacturers, to endorse three policy recommendations from the Government’s National Food Strategy, with the objective of seei
In March an emergency fundraising appeal began to ensure that pupils who would normally receive a free, healthy breakfast at school would not go hungry at home during school closures.
The online event will feature an interview with Molly Shaher, chair of the Professional Association of Catering Education (PACE), who will address the challenges her members are currently facing.
Chief Executive, Caroline Morgan said that many of the children had mentioned how much they had missed their hot school meals.
The initiative recognises ‘foodies’ who have gone above and beyond to make a positive impact on their community.
IGD’s new consumer research draws on data from more than 1,000 UK consumers collected in July 2020 to explore the impact of COVID-19 on attitudes to healthy and sustainable diets.
In a letter to Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, the businesses have highlighted the acute risk to London’s hospitality and tourism sectors, as well as retail leisure and