July 2017

Industry
19/07/2017 12:07
Representatives from 26 bodies from the UK food and drink supply chain have come together and outlined their priorities for Brexit negotiations in a letter to government. Here is the letter in full-

We write on behalf of the many thousands of businesses, large and small, responsible for producing, packaging, distributing, serving and selling food and drink. Food and drink is the UK’s largest manufacturing sector and the largest employer in the service sector.
 
Between us we...

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19/07/2017 09:07
In what has been described as a ‘miraculous recovery’, North Sea cod can now be sold through Marine Stewardship Council supply chains, almost ten years after stocks came close to collapse.

North Sea cod passed an independent assessment against the MSC’s ‘strict standard’, and acquired the MSC blue tick label meaning-subject to strict traceability requirements- the fish can be bought by certified restaurants and fish and chips shop.

Stocks of North Sea cod fell to 44,000...

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LACA
17/07/2017 16:07
LACA chair of events, Neil Porter, has announced the route that the National School Meals Week 2017 ‘Powered by School Meals’ Marathon will take between 13 and 17 November.

The marathon is set to stop in all ten LACA regions, starting in Merthyr Tydfil, Wales and ending in LACA’s West Midlands territory as the NSMW team arrive for the LACA Autumn National Seminar in Kenilworth.

“After consultation with the LACA regional chairs, I am delighted to confirm...

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LACA
17/07/2017 15:07
The LACA Main Event, incorporating the Education Catering Exhibition, returns to the Hilton Birmingham Metropole on Wednesday 11th July 2018

The Education Catering Exhibition is the only exhibition dedicated 100% to the education market.

It’s also the ideal place to find solutions to a wide range of requirements from food and beverage products which all help education caterers meet the nutrient guidelines in place, cashless...

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17/07/2017 10:07
Unilever Food Solutions has published a new guide offering authentic tastes of the USA, Canada and Mexico, which it says can help chefs boost gross profits.

UFS say the guide, called Hello World: The Americas, will help caterers boost volume and spend per head.

UFS culinary lead Alex Hall said: “From Red’s True BBQ to Wahaca, chains serving up authentic tastes from The Americas have been booming. And demand is only set to grow in 2017....

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