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    Briefing: Food information regulation one year on

    Caterers have dealt well with new rules on allergen information – but there’s more work ahead to tackle a serious and growing problem. By Barry Moore. Caterers are doing a decent job … Broadly the contract catering industry is doing… Read More

  • News Review

    SPROUT POWER, giving up fizzy pop, protesting tip fees and COP21                   Sprout power  British households’ consume over 25 million Christmas puddings and 370 million mince pies over the festive period. But… Read More

  • Pizza express ‘pinching tips’

    PIZZA EXPRESS is not alone in charging staff an admin fee for tips they receive through credit cards.                     Though Unite has cast the spotlight firmly on the 430-strong chain, the… Read More

  • Hertfordshire pub wins first nationwide FreeFrom Eating Out Award

    ANTONY WORRALL THOMPSON presented Hertfordshire pub, The Alford Arms, with the Silver Salver for the most allergen-aware eatery, serving the best ‘free from’ food, in the UK – at the inaugural FreeFrom Eating Out Awards at the Food Matters Live… Read More

  • Pizza Express reveals it uses halal

    PIZZA EXPRESS has said that all chicken served in dishes on its menu has been ritually slaughtered. The restaurant chain’s choice to serve halal meat has caused controversy and provoked anger among some campaigners who feel the Islamic method of… Read More

  • Kids’ menus under the spotlight

    WETHERSPOON IS one of the few chains doing well at catering for children, who are getting a ‘raw deal’ all too often according to researchers.   Wetherspoon might not be the first port of call for health- conscious parents, but… Read More

  • Footprint Annual Review: Cheap milk, pricey gas and unethical coffee

    THE TOP stories of 2012, from Starbucks’ tax travails to rising energy bills and the “greenest Olympics ever”.   January/February   With the mince pies sitting heavily around the waistline and the influence of festive parties still coursing through the veins,… Read More