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Last day to submit your Power List nominations

Last day to submit your Power List nominations

Nominations for the 2017 Power List close this Friday, giving the industry a few more days to put forward any individuals from end-user organisations worthy of being honoured. Now in its third year, the FEJ Power List serves as a definitive guide to 40 high-flying end-user individuals responsible for specifying, purchasing and sanctioning commercial kitchens. From culinary

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Bloomberg brands billion pound London HQ a ‘no-cafeteria zone’

Financial media giant Bloomberg has declared its new London headquarters a “no-cafeteria zone” in a move that will see it turns its back on using a contract catering service. The £1 billion eight-storey building, which will serve as Bloomberg’s European HQ when it opens in the autumn, will house 4,000 employees. Such sites are regarded

Nathan Jones, director & co-founder, H+J

THE BIG INTERVIEW: Caterer H+J shares recipe for a winning kitchen strategy

UK foodservice operator Harbour & Jones has rebranded its business to H+J as part of a move to bring uniformity to its burgeoning collection of operations and support its future growth plans. FEJ caught up with director and co-founder, Nathan Jones, to discuss the caterer’s strategy for managing equipment and dealing with kitchen design.  

Compass Culinary Olympics gold

Team England prove too hot for kitchen rivals at Culinary Olympics

Compass Group UK & Ireland is celebrating after some of its best chefs returned from the World Culinary Olympics victorious with 10 awards, including a Gold for Team England for the first time. The 24th edition of the global culinary contest, which took place this week, saw 40 nations and more than 2,000 professional chefs

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