Chris Gamm is the editor of The Caterer and leads the brand in print, online and through its prestigious portfolio of events, which include the Cateys, Acorn Awards, Caterer Summits, Product Excellence Awards and UK Sommelier of the Year.
Huge number of pubs ‘will never reopen’ with two-metre distancing rules in place
A huge number of pubs will never reopen with two-metre distancing rules in place, according to Oakman Inns’ chief executive Peter Borg-Neal."
Purpose-built ‘socially distanced’ restaurant unveiled by Cornish hotel
A hotel in Cornwall has unveiled what it calls the first purpose-built socially distanced hotel restaurant.
The Ledbury to remain closed indefinitely with Brett Graham calling one-metre distancing rules ‘unworkable’
The two-Michelin-starred Ledbury restaurant in London's Notting Hill will remain closed indefinitely, with owner Brett Graham saying it would be impossible to keep staff and customers safe with even one-metre distancing restrictions in place.
Ready to go: the future of workplace catering
When the UK’s offices begin to fill back up, their caterers will be ready with refreshed restaurants, refined product offers and geared up for a new way of operating."
Pied a Terre founder David Moore to launch vegan delivery concept
Restaurateur David Moore is launching a vegan delivery concept in the next few weeks to tap into new markets and future proof the business post-coronavirus.
Use lockdown to push your business forward, says Michael Wignall
Operators must use the coronavirus lockdown to push their business forward and invest in the future, according to chef Michael Wignall.