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Round table: The future of sustainability in seafood

13 January 2022 by

Although the availability of seafood took a dive during the pandemic, it’s starting to return to normal. Anne Bruce reports from the The Caterer’s round table, sponsored by Norwegian Seafood

News

Mercato Metropolitano MD Amedeo Claris steps down

10 December 2021 by

The managing director of Mercato Metropolitano Amedeo Claris has stepped down after five years in the role.

Blacklock to open its biggest restaurant in Covent Garden as group seeks B Corp status News

Blacklock to open its biggest restaurant in Covent Garden as group seeks B Corp status

16 November 2021 by

Chophouse brand Blacklock is to open its fourth and biggest restaurant yet on 7 February in[...]

Brakes announces further CSR developments Products

Brakes announces further CSR developments

12 November 2021 by

Foodservice wholesaler Brakes has announced further developments to its CSR programme, with the introduction of new[...]

The Caterer interview: Kevin Watson, Levy UK and Ireland, on catering at COP26 Foodservice News

The Caterer interview: Kevin Watson, Levy UK and Ireland, on catering at COP26

11 November 2021 by

COP26 is a huge, high-profile undertaking, with heads of state galore in attendance. Caroline Baldwin gets[...]

'Making environmental and sustainability impact data available is key' says food procurement expert allmanhall Business

'Making environmental and sustainability impact data available is key' says food procurement expert allmanhall

10 November 2021 by

Last chance to register for The Caterer’s free Sustainability Summit News

Last chance to register for The Caterer’s free Sustainability Summit

18 October 2021

The Caterer is holding a free virtual summit on Thursday 21 October to address how the hospitality industry can play its part to help tackle climate change.

How caterers can reduce their carbon footprint Business

How caterers can reduce their carbon footprint

14 October 2021

Tunley Engineering highlights some easy changes operators can make, from increasing their plant-based menus to eco-friendly packaging.

Taylors of Harrogate awarded with UN Global Climate Action Award Products

Taylors of Harrogate awarded with UN Global Climate Action Award

11 October 2021 by

Independent tea and coffee company Taylors of Harrogate has been awarded a United Nations (UN) Global[...]

Viewpoint: words are just greenwash – take action, says Juliane Caillouette-Noble of the SRA Business

Viewpoint: words are just greenwash – take action, says Juliane Caillouette-Noble of the SRA

07 October 2021 by

The Sustainable Restaurant Association’s free resource for businesses will act as a focus and exchange of[...]

How Whatley Manor's Sue Williams is leading the green movement for hotels Hotel

How Whatley Manor's Sue Williams is leading the green movement for hotels

07 October 2021 by

Sue Williams, general manager of Whatley Manor, is not only winner of the 2021 Sustainable Business[...]

Around 35% of UK’s greenhouse gas emissions from food and drink News

Around 35% of UK’s greenhouse gas emissions from food and drink

06 October 2021 by

A new report has estimated that the UK food system was responsible for nearly 160 metric[...]

Jacobs Media Group is honoured to be the recipient of the 2020 Queen's Award for Enterprise.

The highest official awards for UK businesses since being established by royal warrant in 1965. Read more.

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