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Home-grown food: the money-maker for pubs

A trio of studies from Beacon show that pubs may need to embrace food to succeed, and that if they do, home-grown produce is the way to go. First of all, some good news for pubs. A quarter of Brits have said they’d spend 25% more for pub grub if the food came from here […]

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Noetic sets out to help hotels see the whole picture

May we introduce our newest client, Noetic – the business performance specialist that uses powerful technology to radically improve hotels’ profitability. By helping hotels make sense of their own data in ways they never thought possible, Noetic helps hotels see the whole picture – so they can make the most of every room, every guest, […]

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You had us at savoury clouds…

When renowned food critic Charles Campion raves about a pub then you know you’re onto a winner – the Best British Roast Dinner 2017 winner to be exact. This week, The Feathers Inn in Stocksfield was crowned with the title that pubs up and down the country have been vying for. Charles said: “At The […]

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Foodie Fun at the National Restaurant Awards 2017

This week, a few of us were invited to the National Restaurant Awards where the UK’s 100 top restaurants (as decided by 180 chefs, restauranteurs and food critics) were revealed. Many industry events can often seem a bit stiff but these never are. There were huge cheers all around the Hurlingham Club last night for […]

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5 Things Not to Miss At The Taste of London Festival

Every year Regent’s Park is transformed into a treasure trove of foodie delights during the Taste of London festival (14th-18th June). As always, there are so many amazing treats in store that it’s tricky to narrow down which stalls should be a top priority. But there’s no need to fear, we’re here to help with […]

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The future is now

This week William Murray attended the final of the 2017 Springboard FutureChef final at Westminster Kingsway College. The FutureChef competition inspire young people (aged 12-16) to cook, providing a much needed talent pipeline into apprenticeships for the industry. The final was the culmination of months of hard work by the 12 finalists, who successfully outcooked […]

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From the floor – Casual Dining 2017

Feast your eyes on Casual Dining 2017. We show you the sights, and share industry views from the floor on what consumers really want.

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Steak your reputation on British Beef

Cows might have their hooves firmly on the ground, but beef is flying high in foodservice. In fact it’s the only protein group in growth across all sectors¹. Beef is a steadfast winner with consumers, but it’s also undergoing something of an image makeover, with sugar replacing red meat as the nemesis of nutritionists. AHDB’s […]

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Snap-happy-meal

The saying goes, ‘if you didn’t tweet it, you didn’t eat it’, and now an app called Snapsaver is going a step further by offering diners in Newcastle half-price food to take pictures of their meals. Just so we’re clear… Yes, that means we’re essentially being paid to do something all us snap-happy, Insta-obsessed foodies […]

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Go to your happy place

It’s no secret the UK has developed a steady love affair with coffee culture, from the rise of single origin beans to the antipodean flat white that is now a mainstay on any respectable coffee menu. A BBC article released today found that where pubs, clubs and bar numbers in UK town centres fell by […]

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