A newly created pub group set up by two former brewery directors has its sights set on up to 30 pubs after successfully securing backing from private investors.
(26 January 2007 8:00:00)
Final results from Hospitality Culinaire
(26 January 2007 0:00:00)
Causing more controversy than Jade Goody in the Big Brother house, it was time for the annual awards circus that is Michelin.
(26 January 2007 0:00:00)
Minster for Sport Richard Caborn MP has urged hospitality employers to consider the moral and commercial imperatives of addressing drug and alcohol abuse among employees.
(25 January 2007 16:30:00)
The Government has been too slow to react to growing levels of childhood obesity, an MP’s report has warned.
(25 January 2007 16:02:00)
Compass Group has vowed that executive pay will be far more closely linked to the company's performance in future after controversy arose over the reward packages handed out to two former directors.
(25 January 2007 14:30:00)
Hospitality business face a 7% jump in licensing fees after an independent report warned there would be a funding shortfall under the current fee structure.
(25 January 2007 14:04:00)
US prosecutors seeking the extradition of Red Carnation hotel group owners Stanley and Beatrice Tollman have dropped an allegation of money laundering, according to The Times.
(25 January 2007 11:25:00)
London hotels boosted revenue per available room (revpar) by 14.6% in the week ending 21 January, according to figures from hotel benchmarking service The Bench.
(25 January 2007 10:34:00)
Hotels in Scotland boosted revenue per available room (revpar) by 13.6% during the month of November.
(25 January 2007 10:29:00)
The Petrou brothers chippy in Chatteris, Cambridgeshire, has been named as National Fish & Chip Shop of the Year.
(25 January 2007 10:16:00)
In less than a month's time, London's £8 per day congestion charging zone will spread westwards to include Chelsea, Kensington, Knightsbridge, Belgravia, Notting Hill, Bayswater and Pimlico. Kerstin Kühn reports on the impact this is likely to have on hospitality businesses in the area
(25 January 2007 0:00:00)
As the healthy-eating bandwagon gains speed,contract caterers are touting themselves aschampions of balanced diets. But not all are livingup to their claims. Tom Vaughan asks whether some caterers are doing no more than paying lip service to the idea of healthier eating
(24 January 2007 17:33:00)
The under-fives are unprotected by the national nutritional standards, but responsible nurseries have set their own high standards. Janet Harmer profiles four of them
(24 January 2007 16:56:00)
In the wake of the criticism of an outsider's appointment at Compass, Tim Cookson, chairman of food service consultancy the Litmus Partnership, argues that general management skills are more valuable than technical competencies for the leaders of today's contract catering giants
(24 January 2007 16:46:00)
The Brakes range of dried pasta includes Short Spaghetti, which is 25cm long compared with the traditional 40-50cm
(24 January 2007 15:54:00)
Prepared ambient white sauces for the UK food service market are now available from Unilever Foodsolutions as part of the Knorr Collezione Italiana range
(24 January 2007 15:51:00)
Watching television in the canteen could boost uptake of healthy food in schools, an education minister claimed yesterday.
(24 January 2007 15:45:00)
Macdonald’s Randolph Hotel has become the only AA-rated, five-star hotel in Oxford’s city centre.
(24 January 2007 15:20:00)