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EAT names former Masterchef star as its new executive chef

EAT names former Masterchef star as its new executive chef

British food-to-go chain EAT has reinforced its commitment to developing its menu proposition by appointing a professional MasterChef finalist as its new executive chef. French-born Arnaud Kaziewicz, a MasterChef: The Professionals 2016 finalist, is stepping into the role with intentions of drawing on his experience at Michelin starred restaurants to enhance the menu. Holly Oades,

BREAKING NEWS: ‘Interim’ acrylamide guide aids UK kitchen operators as EU dithers

UKHospitality has published interim guidance to help catering businesses identify and implement measures to reduce acrylamide levels in food following new legislation which comes into force today. The regulation requires food businesses to identify potential sources of acrylamide and demonstrate that they have taken appropriate action to reduce the levels of acrylamide according to the

THE GREEN REPORT: When will efficiency take precedence over price for kitchen owners?

There is an appreciation that operators need to be running more efficient kitchens in future, but this doesn’t always translate to sales of energy efficient models when equipment is being purchased. Is 2018 set to herald the year of change? Manufacturers have invested heavily in making their equipment more efficient in recent years. But if

Electrolux stamps out buyers’ concerns with commercial dishwashing guide

Catering equipment manufacturer Electrolux has laid out a step-by-step guide to educate buyers through the process of selecting warewashing equipment for their commercial kitchens. The ‘Commercial Dishwashing Equipment Buyer’s Guide’ is available on the manufacturer’s website and has been written to help consultants, specifiers, designers, and owner-occupiers make well-informed decisions on the equipment they choose