The Caterer takes the Coronavirus (COVID-19) very seriously. The epidemic and it's consequences including the steps taken to combat the virus has a serious impact on the hospitality sector. We try to collect all information and do what The Caterer does the best: provide guidance and shine light on ways how we can survive and emerge stronger at the end.
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The Caterer interview: Ruth Rogers
The River Café owner talks to James Stagg about how the 30-year-old Hammersmith business is weathering its third closure and why she’s appreciating the public’s newfound love of home cooking"
UKHospitality launches supplier alliance
Trade body UKHospitality has launched a supplier alliance to push for Government support to help hospitality supplier businesses that will be critical to operators being able to successfully restart.
French restaurateur wins case against insurer in 'landmark' decision
French restaurateur Stephane Manigold has won a court case against insurer Axa France to cover losses incurred due to the Covid-19 outbreak, in what is being called a landmark ruling.
Calls for easing of planning restrictions to help hotels 'bounce back'
Relaxing planning restrictions to allow hotel operators to change a property's use to residential could help the industry "bounce back", Colliers International has said. "
Nearly 80% of Michelin-starred restaurants closed by Covid-19 worldwide
Currently 79% of Michelin-starred restaurants worldwide are closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Operators raise concerns over Scotland’s lockdown route map
Operators have raised concerns over Scotland’s route map to exiting lockdown, including businesses’ outdoor spaces being able to reopen earlier than indoor spaces, and the timeline not aligning with changes to the UK-wide Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS).