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Inquest into tragic allergen death could examine ‘loopholes’ in kitchen laws

An inquest into the death of a 15-year-old girl who had a severe allergic reaction to a sandwich is expected to examine if product labeling laws surrounding food prepared in off-site kitchens need tightening, it has been reported. Natasha Ednan-Laperouse bought the artichoke, olive and tapenade baguette from Pret A Manager at Heathrow Airport Terminal

Nelson to show off latest warewashers at this year’s Caffé Culture

Nelson is set to highlight its kitchen and counter design and installation services alongside its latest warewashers at the event. The commercial dishwasher and glasswasher firm, based in London, will outline how it believes its new Advantage warewashers are high performance and simultaneously energy saving. Using minimal water and energy, Nelson claims Advantage provides exceptional

UK cost pressures drive down Pizza Express earnings in ‘resilient’ half year financials

Pizza Express described its half yearly UK performance as ‘resilient’ following the publication of its latest financial results. Group earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation were down 16.3% on last year, to £35.1m. Pizza Express put this down to industry wide cost pressures in the UK and lower operation margins internationally. Despite this, group

Pizza Equipment Ltd secures place at London Takeaway Expo

Pizza Equipment Ltd has announced its attendance for the Restaurant & Takeaway Innovation Expo in London’s Excel on 25-26 September. The supplier, based in Harrow, is set to display the new rigid Next Phase delivery bag which it claims as a “ground-breaking” development in fast food delivery systems. The company is the sole distributor of

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