Springboard has announced the shortlist for its Awards for Excellence, which celebrate those that have elevated the profile of the hospitality industry.
Smiths of Smithfield has announced the launch of a new restaurant and bar on London’s Cannon Street next month, the company’s first new opening in three years.
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A group of five members of the National Association of Care Catering (NACC) have raised more than £6,000 after completing a skydive in aid of the Food Chain and Alzheimer’s Society.
The head pastry chef at the Albert and Michel Roux Jr restaurant at Crossbasket Castle in Glasgow has won the first UK Chocolate Dessert of the Year trophy for his yuzu, wild blueberries and hazelnut mousse.
Contract and events caterer Kudos has welcomed two people to its management team with the appointment of Peter Bruun as senior partner and David Cavalier as food director.
This November, Italian restaurant chain Carluccio’s will be offering a free virtual reality dining experience, transporting diners to Sicily to mark the brand’s updated menu.
The 76-bedroom Mercure Hatfield Oak hotel has been sold off an asking price of £5.85m to Hatfield Hotels, a company where Peter Cashman of management group Focus Hotels is the principle shareholder.
Bunzl Speciality Businesses has today announced a new venture with specialist grower Ken Holland to launch GrowModule 365 in the UK – a sustainable indoor growing system capable of cultivating leafy greens and grow soft fruits and young vegetables 365 days a year.
Victor Garvey, chef-patron of Spanish restaurant Duende, which opened in London’s Covent Garden in March this year, has announced the venue will rebrand as Encant next month.
The British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA) has welcomed some of the planned changes to the apprenticeship levy, announced by the government earlier this week.
Disabled visitors to Scotland should be considered valuable customers who require new and innovative customer service and not be seen as part of "risk management” according to VisitScotland
Porky’s barbecue owners Simon and Joy Brigg have bought the site formerly occupied by David Moore’s One Sixty in West Hampstead, London, to launch a new brand.
Peter Prescott (pictured), Sir Terence Conran and Lady Conran are to open a restaurant at London’s new Design Museum on High Street Kensington.