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Pub operators scoring an own goal if they don’t get kitchens checked before World Cup bonanza

Pub operators scoring an own goal if they don’t get kitchens checked before World Cup bonanza

Pub operators have been warned they are taking a big risk if they fail to service kitchen equipment ahead of football fans packing out establishments for this summer’s World Cup. The World Cup tournament kicks off with hosts Russia playing Saudi Arabia on Thursday June 14 and is followed by televised matches almost every day

Sites with larger kitchens fetching a premium as operators react to food delivery boom

Restaurant sites with larger capacity kitchens or ones that can be extended to meet demand for delivery are now fetching a “premium” as growth in food delivery dramatically alters the market landscape, it has been claimed. Research suggests the food delivery market is expected to increase by 10% a year to £5.3bn by 2020, with

Caprice Holdings equips its legendary members club with four bespoke kitchens

Caprice Holdings has taken receipt of four new bespoke kitchens at its legendary members club Annabel’s in Mayfair.     The four kitchens span the Main House Grade One listed building in Berkeley Square and Hays Mews building from basement to third floor and include a preparation and laboratory area in the annexed vaulted cellars in

EXCLUSIVE: ‘Chain kitchens will need to be far more automated in the future’

Shortages in labour and the spectre of rising operational costs will leave operators more dependent on autonomous kitchen equipment in the future than they are now. That’s according to leading kitchen project house Catering Equipment Solutions (CES), which provides kitchens and related services to hotel groups, fast food chains, restaurants, schools and care homes. Professional

EDITOR’S VIEW: Are your kitchens capable of conquering ‘click & collect’?

The restaurant industry, and the supply network that supports it, finds itself at a rather interesting juncture. On one hand, rising costs, staff recruitment issues and economic uncertainty appear to tell a tale of woe, but on the other the rate of openings remains promising, store traffic is anticipated to rise and new methods of

Mitchells & Butlers’ kitchens churned out record 225,000 meals on Christmas Day

Mitchells & Butlers revealed this morning that its kitchens churned out some 225,000 meals on Christmas Day, a record-breaking figure for the pub and restaurant operator. Kitchens across its 1,700-strong estate, which includes brands such as Harvester, Toby Carvery and Miller & Carter, were worked harder than ever before on December 25 as visitors flocked

BREAKING NEWS: Global foodservice equipment market tipped to see CAGR of 4.7% over next decade

The value of the global foodservice equipment market is tipped to expand at a healthy compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.7% over the next 10 years, new research suggests.   Rising inclination towards open kitchens and growing adoption of digital menus and online ordering facilities are among some of the key factors that will

Commercial kitchen fire risk masterclass taking place on Monday

Operators and catering specialists will have the chance to gain all the insight they need into the latest regulations governing fire risks in kitchens at a special masterclass taking place on Monday.  The one-day programme, organised by The Fire Protection Association, will provide guidance on fire risk management within the catering environment and outline the

New kitchen guidelines from April 2018 must impose ‘minimum burden’ on operators

The industry body that represents pubs and restaurants in the UK says it has opened talks with the Food Standards Agency (FCA) to ensure new acrylamide regulations affecting the cooking of food are properly communicated to the trade. The FSA yesterday made a statement about measures that will require food businesses in the UK to