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Catering & hospitality

Insight from the experts

Sue Parfett takes a look at what Brexit means to the world of catering

Catering news: breakfast updates and new technology

News from Holroyd Howe, Winterhalter and Frima

Filtered water, pure and simple

We talk to Paul Proctor, Managing Director of EcoPure Waters, about how caterers are producing...

When school's out for the summer

Harrison Catering Services clients' partnerships continue when the final bell rings for the su...

Sodexo to ban caged-hen eggs by 2025

Sodexo announces it will source only cage free eggs, both shell and liquid, worldwide by 2025

MD of Holroyd Howe wins top award

Ronan Harte, Managing Director of Holroyd Howe, is named Foodservice Caterer of the Year at th...

Merger creates new £200m catering group

The Brookwood Partnership announces merger with CH&Co Group

Insight from the experts

With increasing demand for transparency in food sourcing, Sue Parfett takes a look at the grow...

On the menu: oily fish

Head of Nutrition and Food Development at Holroyd Howe, Amy Roberts, talks about the importanc...

Families set example for healthy eating, says BNF

British Nutrition Foundation research for Healthy Eating Week shows families outstrip celebrit...

Insight from the experts

Sue Parfett looks at the government's new National Living Wage and the forthcoming Apprentices...

One month until Healthy Eating Week 2016

The British Nutrition Foundation's Healthy Eating Week 2016 sets out to positively change chil...

Unilever to champion school meals

Unilever Food Solutions announces partnership with the Children's Food Trust

For a successful theme day, focus on the three 'E's

Educate, engage and enhance: theme days can deliver a range of added-value benefits, explains ...

A fine balance

With longer days and boarding provision for many children, independent schools have a duty to ...

Insight from the experts

With the government's obesity paper due, Sue Parfett offers insight into how to help children ...

Holroyd Howe teams up with IFBB

Independent caterer to use scientific research to develop nutritional changes in school meals

Water: Food for the brain

Vivreau says hydration can be easily overlooked, but is essential for students' cognitive perf...

Should nutrition be higher up the agenda?

Dr Juliet Gray looks at the relationship between school food and health

Insight from the experts, part 15

Staff development can be rewarding for all parties, says Sue Parfett

Helping boarders feel at home

Kevin Hopper says caterers can make life at school a great experience for students who also ca...

Insight from the experts, part 14

Sustainability is often talked about, but what does it really mean? Sue Parfett looks at what ...

New standard for school catering

Soil Association Certification and Carbon Trust announce new partnership to develop sustainabl...

School dinners scoop awards

Over 50% of English primary schools now serve Catering Mark standard food

Food Made Good award for Brookwood

New initiatives from education caterer Brookwood Partnership leads to 12% increase on overall ...

Healthy food = a healthy workforce

Teachers need good nutrition at school too, says Andy Badger

Insight from the experts, part 13

How is the catering industry likely to change in the future? Sue Parfett makes her predictions...

Bishop's Stortford wins catering award

The catering team at Bishop's Stortford College have won a major national catering award for f...

Out of the lab and onto the plate

Holroyd Howe joins forces with the Institute for Food, Brain and Behaviour (IFBB) to deliver g...

New resources to help schools create allergy policies

Allergy UK collaborate with health experts for better allergy awareness in schools

Brentwood pilot Green & Lean scheme

Brentwood School is taking part in a Green & Lean scheme, which aims to promote diets which ar...

Insight from the experts, part 12

As 2016 draws near, Sue Parfett takes a look back on the major developments in the food servic...

Feeding Mount Kelly

A strong team and a good relationship with pupils and parents makes for successful catering, s...

Insight from the experts, part 11

Sue Parfett looks at the recruitment crisis in the hospitality industry

Feature: 'Tis the season

... for mince pies, Christmas pud and a diverse multitude of global treats. Simon Fry rounds u...

Adapting to the new EU allergen regulations

Jerry Brand says independent schools have a great responsibility to manage the impact of aller...

Ready, steady, cook

Two Brookwood chefs scoop third place at Association of Catering Excellence (ACE) Ready Steady...

Insight from the experts part 10

Sue Parfett asks if there is more to outsourcing your catering than an improved food service

Tatler accolade for Queen Margaret's

Best school food in the UK awarded to Queen Margaret's, York

UK schools declare war on hunger

World Food Day helps school caterers celebrate world cuisine this October