As Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s War on Waste programme launches tonight (2 November) on BBC One, Vacherin has introduced its own initiative to champion imperfect-looking produce.
Caterers, restaurants and foodservice operators are being urged to get behind this year’s Seafood Week to help encourage consumers to eat more seafood, more often.
Now is the time to enjoy the best of British products and, with the help of the EU Protected Food Name scheme, chefs can have confidence they are getting the quality they expect from British specialities.
Education caterer Edwards & Ward has signed the Sustainable Fish Cities pledge, which will see nearly 40,000 school pupils offered sustainable fish as part of their school meals.
Controversial plans for a multi-faith natural burial ground in Langho, Lancashire, could “decimate” business at the neighbouring four-red-AA-star, 26-bedroom Northcote hotel.
Disgruntled neighbours of Hotel du Vin Wimbledon are trying to block the hotel’s application to hold late-night events outdoors with live music.
Caterer Fare of London’s managing director John Durden urges the industry to rediscover those British gems that may otherwise be lost
With seasonality set to remain a top trend in catering, chefs are keen to make use of correct storage and techniques to preserve the flavours of the harvest so they can be used to brighten the dark winter months later in the year.
Fresh from a trip with Barry Callebaut to Ghana, where she discovered the first stages of the cocoa-to-product process, Lisa Jenkins talks to some of the UK’s best chocolate manufacturers, pastry chefs and chocolatiers about upcoming flavours and trends for 2015
One in six UK primary schools is now serving Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)-certified sustainable fish, according to a report published by the MSC.
The Gallivant – a 20-bedroom hotel on the East Sussex coast – has entered an exclusive club as a result of receiving three stars from the Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA).
Growing Underground, London's first subterranean farm - located in old World War Two bomb shelters beneath the Northern Line at Clapham - will start trading in mid-July.
Whitbread will aim to create 21,000 new jobs and apprenticeships, raise £25m for charity, and reduce carbon emissions by 15% as part of its new “Good Together 2020” targets.