Red Carnation Hotels took on its first property in South Africa at the end of 2002 against the background of a weak currency and rumours that tourists weren't safe in the country. Two months on, the hotel has identified an unusual source of income
(31 January 2003 16:38:05)
School caterers have challenged celebrity chef Jamie Oliver to get involved with school meals after he blasted schools catering for being "outsourced to businesses which have to make a profit... so they end up being made of rubbish".
(31 January 2003 10:16:27)
Hospitality Action has appointed Jim Stephenson as its new chief executive, replacing Tony Allen, who left the charity last November to take up a career in education.
(31 January 2003 10:08:14)
The Midlands Association of Chefs has announced the line-up for the semi-final round of its Midlands Chef of the Year title.
(31 January 2003 10:07:10)
Regional British cheeses including Lanark Blue, Swaledale, Chatel, Ardrahan, Worcester Gold, Quickes Cheddar Truckle and Mrs Bell’s Blue are now available from Brakes, along with flavoured cheeses such as Wensleydale with Cranberry and Apple, Hot Chilli Cheddar, White Stilton and Apricot, and Double Gloucester with Wholegrain Mustard and Horseradish.
(31 January 2003 9:43:53)
Senior figures in hospitality are lending their support to the Government's proposals for secondary education reform in the hope that it will open the door to more industry-specific courses.
(29 January 2003 17:24:08)