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    Food chains join forces to cut sugar

    Some of the high street’s biggest food chains have signed up to a series of new health targets including a 20% reduction in sugar by 2020. The alliance, which includes Caffè Nero, Costa, Greggs, McDonald’s and Mitchells & Butlers, has… Read More

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    Age no barrier to living wage

    AccorHotels is the latest hospitality company to announce that it will go beyond the Government’s guidelines and apply the new National Living Wage to all its employees, irrespective of age. The hotel group, which employs over 5,000 people in the… Read More

  • Living wage hits foodservice hardest

    THE NATIONAL Living Wage will add 3.6% to the wage bill of the foodservice sector by 2020. For hotels and accommodation the impact is 2.8%.                           Combined, this… Read More

  • Scotland announces new job opportunity creation for 16-24 year olds

    REPRESENTATIVES FROM over 75 Scottish businesses will meet at Glasgow’s Marriott Hotel on October 22nd 2014 to pledge job opportunities, apprenticeships and work placements for young job seekers and the long term unemployed in The Big Hospitality Conversation.    … Read More

  • Thousands more jobs in hospitality

    THE HOSPITALITY sector looks set to generate thousands more jobs as Pret A Manger and Whitbread both publish ambitious expansion plans.   Whitbread, which owns Premier Inn and Costa, announced an increase in like for like sales of 3.7% and… Read More

  • 1,000 new jobs in hospitality

    SOME OF London’s top hotels have combined forces to pledge over 1,000 new job opportunities for young people by 2015. The roles will be a mix of work experience, apprenticeships and full-time jobs for 16-24 year olds.   The pledges… Read More

  • Compass and Whitbread find horse DNA

    THE FOODSERVICE sector has been dragged into the horse meat scandal with Compass and Whitbread having found horse DNA in products sold as beef. Horse meat has also been found in cottage pies supplied to 47 schools in Lancashire.  … Read More

  • “Big Conversation” kicks off

    THE HOSPITALITY and tourism industry is pledging to reduce youth unemployment by encouraging work placements, apprenticeships and job opportunities across the industry during the next three years.   The British Hospitality Association’s “Big Conversation for Hospitality”, launched in London on… Read More