Stephen Kinkead and Glenn Roberts, MDs of Winterhalter UK and Gram UK respectively, are back from their trek to Peru and have raised over £7,000 for Springboard UK
Will Londoners’ love for Korean cuisine spread to the regions? And can Taiwanese take over the high street? Will Hawkes reports on the up-and-coming global food trends that are keeping UK customers keen
Following a successful Conference Business Day last week, the Catering Equipment Distributors Association (CEDA) has released the results of its 2016 industry awards.
The organisers of the Great Taste Awards will judge Irish food and drink products on home soil this year in Tipperary on 26-29 April 2016 at the Hotel Minella in Clonmel.
Registration is now open for the Guild of Fine Food’s Harrogate Fine Food Show, which returns to the Yorkshire Event Centre this year on 19-20 June.
The Catering Equipment Suppliers Association (CESA) has just released finalised details of the agreements made at its summit, which was held at Hotelympia in February.
A Second World War air-raid tunnel below the streets of Clapham in south London is the stage for this budding micro-herb business, supplying super-fresh produce to local chefs. Lisa Jenkins investigates
Almost two-thirds of diners (60%) would take dessert over a starter if they were just having two courses, according to a survey by foodservice supplier Coup de Pates.
Shipley-based bakery and pâtissier Just Desserts has seen more than 30% sales growth in the past year, resulting in the bakery expanding into a third 1,800 sq ft unit, doubling the footprint of the business.
Catering equipment manufacturer Lincat has completed its largest export order to date with a shipment, worth £135,000 to Mabrook Hotel Supplies Co, in Kuwait, where they dispatched three 40ft containers.
Quorn Foods is calling on the foodservice industry to use National Vegetarian Week (16–22 May) as a springboard to refresh their vegetarian menu and discover just how big a market there is for healthy and exciting meat-free dishes.