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In response to the huge technological shift in recent years when it comes to dine-in, delivery and takeaway, venues are under pressure to meet ever greater demand for convenience, choice and flexible ordering in an increasingly digital landscape.  In order to thrive in what has become a progressively challenging operating environment, businesses can take advantage of unique and flexible solutions by investing in innovative POS

Coveris supports Simply Lunch's sustainability journey - Leading food-to-go business Simply Lunch launch its eye-catching new Stir Me Up Salad range with vibrant packaging achieving visual appeal.  Through its partnership with Coveris, Simply Lunch’s Stir Me Up Salads deliver significant environmental benefits through its new engaging packaging. Moving to Coveris’ lidded trays, a recyclable solution, Simply Lunch achieve an 85% plastic reduction compared to its previous

Easter has arrived and we can't move for chocolate eggs! We won't apologise for the puntastic newsletter this week, the opportunity comes around only once a year. Please note that there will be NO MARKET on Friday as it's Good Friday but don't despair - SCOFF at Portishead will have a long weekend of double traders for market fans who fancy getting out of the city and down

Street food businesses are becoming increasingly popular, with more and more people turning to them for quick, convenient, and delicious meals. From food trucks to pop-up stalls, these businesses are popping up in cities around the world, offering a variety of cuisines and flavors. This article takes a look at the trends driving the growth of street food businesses, from the rise of food delivery

Hospitality operators may have to accept that paying higher prices for food and drink is the only sustainable way to secure supplies of fresh and seasonal produce from UK farmers, says hospitality buying specialist Lynx Purchasing. As Lynx Purchasing publishes the Spring/Summer 2023 edition of its regular Market Forecast, it is warning that the problems caused by fresh produce shortages and price increases are likely to

Food and drink innovation centre The Food WorksSW has launched an exciting competition offering food and drink producers, hospitality businesses or start-ups across the United Kingdom the chance to win a unique prize worth over £3,000. Based in the heart of the Weston-super-Mare Enterprise Area, the centre, which is the only one of its kind in the south west, is offering five days' free use of a state-of-the-art

A multi-million-pound food and drink innovation centre is fulfilling ambitions to become a powerhouse of support to the food and drink industry. The Food WorksSW has proved a game changer for over 130 food and drink brands with established and new businesses all benefiting from the use of outstanding facilities and resources. The Food and Drink Forum, which operates the facility on behalf of North Somerset Council, is

Cult burger phenomena, The Beefy Boys, have unveiled the first look of their brand-new Cheltenham restaurant and announced that they will open for business officially on Saturday 25th February. Burger fans across Gloucestershire were quick to share their delight in December when the beloved Hereford burger restaurant announced that they would be opening a brand new location in Cheltenham, in the former Bill's restaurant on Regent's Street, armed with

National Geographic Traveller (UK) has unveiled the first wave of chefs and writers scheduled to appear at its flagship National Geographic Traveller (UK) Food Festival this summer, with MasterChef judges John Torode and Anna Haugh at the head of a high-profile line-up. Torode, who first appeared at the inaugural event in 2019, will return with a chef demonstration on the Saturday of the two-day festival, while Irish restaurateur