Tracey Rogers

  • New app to help chefs cut food waste

    CHEFS are being offered a free app to help them keep track of the food waste in their kitchens and better assess how to reduce it.                   The technology has been developed… Read More

  • Restaurant food waste concern

    RESTAURANTS WASTE almost five times more food than the average UK household.   While hundreds of establishments have taken steps to reduce food waste, the industry average still stands at almost half a kilo of waste per diner.   The… Read More

  • Information, Information, Information

    AS The Nation gets chubbier, more and more companies are pledging to provide facts about how (un)healthy their food is. But do diners need or want them?   Albert Einstein once said that “the devil has put a penalty on… Read More

  • Grocers on track with waste targets

    THE GROCERY sector has delivered on its commitments to cut waste up and down the supply chain.                             New figures released by WRAP show that supply chain… Read More

  • Unilever offers new nutrition training

    UNILEVER FOOD Solutions (UFS) has launched an “industry-first” health and nutrition training programme to help lecturers raise awareness and improve catering students’ knowledge of nutrition in the workplace.   The interactive programme – called “Understanding Nutrition in Commercial Kitchens” –… Read More

  • Healthy dishes are tasteless, say consumers

    MORE THAN half of consumers would prefer healthy options when eating out of home, but just as many think these dishes are tasteless, un-filling and overpriced, according to Unilever Food Solutions’ latest World Menu Report.          … Read More