Restaurant Associates

  • Pictures perfect for waste reduction

    THE EYES tend to be bigger than the belly – especially when it comes to events. But spare a thought for organisers who have to second-guess not only what people will eat but how much.          … Read More

  • Restaurant Associates announces exclusive food and nutrition partnership with Kids Company

    RESTAURANT ASSOCIATES has formed an exclusive food and nutrition partnership with London and Bristol based charity, Kids Company.                     The new partnership will see Restaurant Associates become Kids Company’s community food… Read More

  • More forgotten foods remembered

    NICHE FINE dining business Lusso has launched a new partnership with the National Fruit Collection that will see forgotten, rare or unfashionable home-grown varieties of apple served in some of the Square Mile’s most prestigious workplaces.   “Neighbourhood Crops” is… Read More

  • Forgotten foods need to be remembered

    COMPASS IS PROMOTING Britain’s “forgotten foods” as part of a brand refresh for Restaurant Associates.   In a new partnership with Slow Food UK, the caterer will be introducing new dishes to help diners rediscover British culinary traditions.   Grimsby… Read More

  • More caterers back sustainable fish

    RESTAURANT ASSOCIATES and Alliance in Partnership (AiP) have become the latest caterers to achieve Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification.                     AiP had been purchasing MSC-certified fish for some time but, until… Read More

  • Olympic effort for fish

    THE OLYMPICS may have had some criticism over its food policies of late but when it comes to fish the legacy will live on, according to a new report.   London 2012’s sustainable fish policy has received a big pat on… Read More