UK PUBLIC MAKE FOOD HYGIENE NO.1 PRIORITY WHEN EATING OUT

No matter how good your food is, or how much you pride yourself on excellent customer service, if there is any doubt over your food hygiene customers will steer clear. A recent survey confirms that UK consumers are united in not tolerating poor food hygiene ratings and simply won’t visit places that have had food… Continue reading

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Japanese Restaurant Awarded AA Rosette

Well done to, Harajuku Kitchen in Edinburgh who is celebrating after being awarded a coveted AA Rosette for Culinary Excellence. Revered AA Inspectors award rosettes to “the best restaurants serving food prepared with care, understanding and skill, using good quality ingredients. These restaurants will be achieving standards that standout in their local area… guests should… Continue reading

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Restaurant owner convicted: This is not a reflection of restaurants across the UK!

A restaurant owner convicted of manslaughter, by not following correct procedure for health and safety within a catering business is not a reflection of UK’s restaurant and catering sector. The restaurant industry is ever increasingly more accountable to all of its stake holders, businesses have never needed to be as transparent in their everyday activities… Continue reading

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Food for thought as seafood supplier benefits from Asian restaurant growth

  A global seafood manufacturer has announced over £5.7m of sales, just three years after launching its UK division in Wolverhampton.   Star Agro Marine Foods, which supplies sustainable shrimp and an increasing range of white fish, has seen orders increase by £2.3m this year, with its products now sold under private label brands into… Continue reading

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Trade association recognised for their commitment to improving business for mobile caterers in Primary Authority Awards 2016

Nationwide Caterers Association named Best Business in the Primary Authority Awards 2016 Kings Norton-based Nationwide Caterers Association (NCASS) has been named as the winner of the Business category in the Regulatory Delivery’s Primary Authority Awards. The awards are designed to recognise outstanding work by those involved in the Primary Authority scheme and to celebrate frontline… Continue reading

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A 25 Year Milestone celebration for Nottingham bakery Butt Foods

Specialist baker Butt Foods has marked 25 years in business with a celebration for staff, as well as the launch of a new brand. The Nottingham-based business, which supplies a range of naan breads, flatbreads and sub rolls to the food service sector across the UK, has unveiled a new Baked Earth brand. It has… Continue reading

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Save your customers time with an ordering app for your business!

Waiting in a takeaway queue is something customers don’t really want to do. An app could get you more customers with the ease of use, and it’s really the way forward for consumers and businesses. Research reveals people save over 2 hours a week due to apps! Since apps can be used on the go, in-between… Continue reading

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Could this be a way of small businesses raise finance?

CROWDSTACKER announces the UK’s first ‘white label’ IFISA eligible loan product deal today heralding a new era in P2P business funding and retail investor products. The new service offered by Crowdstacker will potentially enable qualifying businesses to raise funds via their own website, directly from retail investors. This is made possible by Crowdstacker because it… Continue reading

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Businesses need to embrace people technology, not fear it, according to talent experts

Organisations are failing to embrace technology to improve hiring and people management processes, potentially at the cost of corporate finances. That’s according to global talent acquisition and management providers, Alexander Mann Solutions. At a time when wastage in the hiring process is high – with the company’s 2016 Global Recruiting Survey revealing that a staggering… Continue reading

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“Don’t buy cheap!” urges Cyrus Todiwala

Owners of nearly 1,000 Asian restaurant attending restaurant road shows were urged not to buy cheap and to up their game in terms of health, hygiene, nutrition and quality, if they want to survive in today’s competitive environment with changing consumer tastes. The ‘Nutrition and Hygiene’ road shows were hosted in Bristol and Edinburgh, by… Continue reading

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Sadiq Khan Now Mayor of London!

Sadiq Khan has lots in his manifesto to work for  businesses through partnership and support schemes. A partnership with business I will work in partnership with business to deliver solutions to the challenges that hold growth back, and to help spread opportunity throughout our city. I will: Create a Business Advisory Board – made up… Continue reading

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1.8 million UK jobs at risk in next 5 years as 370,000 small businesses plan to cease trading

The research, conducted by Opinium, found that over 370,000 small businesses are planning to cease trading in the next five years With 1 in 5 businesses struggling to handle the increased burden of red tape, is it time for further support for the nation’s small businesses? LEEDS, UK – Thursday 5 May 2016 – Over… Continue reading

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Innovation Institute Underpins Economic Development in the North East

The Northern Institute of Innovation and Knowledge Exchange will provide a key force in helping to drive innovation forward, here in the North East Institute of Innovation and Knowledge Exchange (IKE) Economic prosperity and wellbeing relies heavily on new businesses being created particularly those that embrace high tech and offer high value products and services.… Continue reading

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#GROWYOUROWNCURRY GARDENING COMPETITION!

Over the last couple of years British Curry Club has enjoyed a summer campaign to encourage the public to “grow your own curry”, ingredients! This year we would like primary schools to get involved in our, “Grow Your Own Curry” campaign, along with help from our campaign partners,  Chaat! Magazine, Sutton Seeds, East End Spices… Continue reading

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