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The cost sector is often seen as the somewhat unglamorous slide of the catering world, but if you were lucky enough to be at the Hilton Metropole on Thursday night it certainly didn’t look that way. The annual Cost Sector Catering awards from Cost Sector Catering Magazine celebrate the amazing work across contract catering, education, […]
What does the word ‘challenge’ mean to you? We might be challenged by a client to make a certain budget fit their end vision, or challenge outwards with a creative idea to push the envelope. A challenge could constitute the scaling of an outrageously high mountain, running or cycling an uncomfortable – or seemingly overwhelming […]
Food is an incredibly important part of Easter traditions for families up and down the country and as a nation we spend millions of pounds on food at Easter every year. This is something that hasn’t escaped the attention of the supermarkets and out of home operators who continue to pull out all the stops […]
Around 2.5 billion people worldwide consume street food on a daily basis* and over the past few years the popularity of street food in the UK has grown enormously. This has been fuelled by the often prohibitive rents and rates of high footfall city-centre sites, the increasingly time poor consumer looking for ‘food on the […]
The food industry has just been served with a healthy spoonful of bitter sweet sugar guidance from Public Health England. The new voluntary guidelines will limit the amount of sugar found in products across nine food groups. If you work in food and think this doesn’t apply to you then think again. It’s going to […]
Forget Pokémon Go, Snapchat filters and the Mannequin Challenge, there’s a new craze taking over Jellybean Towers in the form of an activity tracker – the Fitbit. Six of us Beans have already been swayed by the brightly coloured wristbands which promise to track your activity, sleep and food intake. A competitive bunch, we can […]