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International POS printer manufacturer Star Micronics demonstrates its continued focus on the labelling market following

The future of the quick serve restaurant industry is “phygital” with mobile connectivity taking central stage Colin Abrey

Is AI a blessing or a curse? As we head into the future I'm certain

In response to the huge technological shift in recent years when it comes to dine-in,

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James Snow Talks Going Green - with Industry Experts at Bullseye Food Packaging Going Green is no longer a choice now that the single-use plastic ban in the UK is in force - presenting several challenges for businesses in the fast-food takeaway & street food sector. Whilst the sector is already subject to various regulations, including food safety & hygiene, employment law, staffing and licensing etc., these changes in regulations can potentially impact the way food-to-go


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James Snow Talks Going Green - with Industry Experts at Bullseye Food Packaging Going Green is no longer a choice now that the single-use plastic ban in the UK is in


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Event:             The National Fish & Chip Awards 2018 Date:               Thursday 25 January 2018 Venue:            Royal Lancaster London, Lancaster Terrace, London, W2 2TY Roll out the red carpet and cue the music as the ‘Oscars’ of the fish frying industry prepare to return for their 30th anniversary – celebrating the Great British tradition of fish and chips, our nation’s favourite takeaway. Having cast the net far and


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Chapati Man, the Spicy Indian Wrap festival and event catering business, created in London by husband and wife team Chris and Andrea Rai in 2007, has pulled off a major coup in

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Chapati Man, the Spicy Indian Wrap festival and event catering business, created in London by husband and wife team Chris and Andrea Rai in 2007, has pulled off a major

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MunchMap (also know as the Instagram of food) launched their first Kickstarter campaign today, in

Leading catering equipment supplier, Nisbets, has further added to its growing retail portfolio with the

A multi-million-pound food and drink innovation centre is fulfilling ambitions to become a powerhouse of support

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[caption id="attachment_602" align="alignleft" width="300"] Mike Williams, Director at STS[/caption] Mike Williams, director at the UK’s leading food safety consultancy STS, explains the three fundamental areas an EHO will look at during an inspection and how getting these areas right means food businesses will have little trouble achieving a 5 star food hygiene rating: Confidence in management: This gives careful consideration to operator competency, documented food safety management

[caption id="attachment_304" align="alignleft" width="247"] Mike Williams[/caption] Don’t let food poisoning be the gift you give this Christmas With many fast food businesses looking to extend their operations and capitalise on the popularity of Christmas and farmers’ markets during the festive season, we asked Mike Williams from food safety specialists STS to discuss some of the main legislative, food safety and hygiene issues which businesses should be aware