Las Vegas has always had a dark underbelly due to its historic ties with the mob but news that Caesars Palace has settled a sexual harassment lawsuit involving kitchen workers forced to have sex with supervisors or lose their jobs has to be a new low.
(31 August 2007 18:00:00)
London hotels achieved the highest occupancy, room rate and revenue per available room (revpar) during July of the 10 European cities listed in the monthly Europe HotStats survey from TRI Hospitality Consulting.
(31 August 2007 17:19:00)
Anton Edelmann today revealed he has quit his role as principal chef at Directors Table, the fine-dining arm of contract caterer Sodexho.
(31 August 2007 16:20:00)
Frank Coughlan has been officially unveiled as the executive head chef at Wembley Stadium.
(31 August 2007 12:30:00)
The majority of pubs and hotels in Scotland were granted extensions to their licences last year, official figures have shown.
(31 August 2007 11:04:00)
David Work Catering Equipment brings you the SCC61E Electric Rational SelfCooking Centre at truly incredible prices. These sensational combination ovens have intelligent controls, are easy to use, they clean themselves and run efficiently through the night unsupervised.
(30 August 2007 14:47:00)
Late-opening bars, pubs and clubs in Scotland could face an anti-social behaviour policing charge under proposals revealed yesterday by the ruling Scottish National Party (SNP).
(30 August 2007 13:00:00)
A new survey has crowned Gordon Ramsay the most popular celebrity chef of 2007, just days after the chef was accused of losing his grip by Harden’s restaurant guide.
(30 August 2007 12:45:00)
London hotels grew revenue per available room (revpar) by 16.5% in the week ending 26 August, according to figures from hotel benchmarking service The Bench.
(30 August 2007 12:14:00)
Hotels in the South-west saw no year-on-year change in revenue per available room (revpar) during the month of May.
(30 August 2007 12:05:00)
Gordon Ramsay Holdings has hit back at the authors of Harden's restaurant guides after they claimed the chef's huge international reputation has started to look "very shaky".
(30 August 2007 10:00:00)
Clean up with our free-to-enter competition and take away £2,000 worth of Richard Haworth linen and P&G cleaning solutions, courtesy of our sponsor P&G Professional
(30 August 2007 9:06:00)
Kerry Foodservice is offering 10 Buy It! readers the chance to trial its new cordial mixers, launched under the Da Vinci Gourmet brand, in a range of flavours including Elderflower, Lemon & Ginger and Pomegranate & Raspberry.
(30 August 2007 9:05:00)
Toasted paninis and sandwiches are popular and fashionable snacks and an easy way for cafés to offer quick hot food. To cut costs for the café owner, Apuro offers its KitchenAid Artisan toaster complete with a free sandwich rack and bun warmer.
(30 August 2007 9:03:00)
The Really Sensible Trading Company is the sole UK importer of a colourful range of thermally insulated cafetières and drinkware manufactured by US company Planetary Design.
(30 August 2007 9:01:00)
Lawrence Mallinson, a founder of New Covent Garden Soup Company, set up James White Drinks in 1989 primarily as a maker of freshly pressed apple juices. Today, the company produces a host of juice varieties including organic and classic apple and pear juices, and vegetable varieties including organic carrot, tomato and beetroot.
(30 August 2007 8:11:00)
Established in 1977, Simtom supplies the catering industry throughout the UK and worldwide with cooking sauces, curry pastes and concentrates, pickles, chutneys and chilli sauces. The majority of Simtom's products are now approved by the Vegetarian Society.
(30 August 2007 8:09:00)
In creating its Slow Fruit, Southern Alps selects only the best quality ripe fresh fruit, which is dried slowly with slightly warm air. The No 5 Sunset Toasted Muesli can be served as a snack, yogurt topper or cereal. It is full of summer fruits, notably Southern Alps' own strawberries, and is high in fibre and iron.
(30 August 2007 8:07:00)
Porter Foods has been introducing innovative gourmet products from around the world into the UK retail and food service markets for more than 20 years.
(30 August 2007 8:06:00)
Chegworth Valley, with its hand-pressed fruit juices, has received more Great Taste Awards than any other drinks manufacturer, including a further two gold awards this year for the Organic Cox Apple and Apple & Rhubarb varieties.
(30 August 2007 8:05:00)
Criterion Ices, a Suffolk-based maker of traditional dairy ices since 1920, pioneered the development of yogurt ices in the UK as early as 1986. The family-run business uses fresh cream from local herds, British sugar and natural flavours from specialist suppliers.
(30 August 2007 8:04:00)
The Copas family this year celebrate their 50th year of producing luxury turkeys for Christmas. After a long search for a cranberry sauce to recommend as a suitable accompaniment for their turkeys, they decided to launch their own three years ago. Since then, the range has grown to include three more of the Copas family's favourite recipes.
(30 August 2007 8:02:00)
Morihan, from Uji in Kyoto, is a family tea company that has been producing Japanese tea since 1836. Drip Teas are the latest innovation from the firm, long associated with products that bring together the finest Japanese tea traditions and the latest trends. Drip Teas combine the fresh taste of tea made in the pot with the simplicity of tea in a bag. Designed to give two cups of Japanese tea, Drip Teas simply need to have hot water poured through them.
(30 August 2007 8:01:00)
Last year saw the launch of Eureka Foods' Chilli Essentials range of hot sauces that are now available throughout the UK. Eureka prides itself on being a specialist in the chilli sauce market, having travelled the world to compare numerous traditional local dishes in which chilli is an ingredient. The range of sauces offers three unique recipes that reflect the essential flavours of the regions which inspired them.
(30 August 2007 8:00:00)