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Kitchen crisis looms as leaked Brexit plans threaten chef movement

Kitchen crisis looms as leaked Brexit plans threaten chef movement

A quarter of chefs working in the UK are EU nationals – leaving restaurants facing a kitchen skills crisis if leaked immigration proposals are implemented, the British Hospitality Association has warned. Leaked document from the Home Office last week exposed draft plans to end freedom of movement immediately after Brexit and offer low-skilled EU migrants

Kitchens cooking ‘pink’ burgers must get approval from today

New regulations that govern the sale of ‘pink’ burgers by foodservice establishments were ushered into force across the UK today. The new laws, which follow a recent Food Standards Agency consultation last year, require specific approval for establishments producing minced meat preparations for foods intended to be eaten “less than thoroughly cooked”. This applies to

BHA responds to kitchen debate over safe prep of ‘pink’ burgers

The British Hospitality Association (BHA) has outlined its views in response to the Food Standards Agency’s draft guidelines for the safe production of beef burgers by commercial kitchens. As revealed by FEJ last week, the growing popularity of burgers served pink has led to the FSA issuing a draft document recommending the steps for their

UK’s biggest pub chain admits it’s time to “align more closely” with peers

The UK’s largest pub retailer, Greene King, will become a member of the British Hospitality Association, it confirmed yesterday. The company, which operates more than 3,000 sites in the UK, said its £800m takeover of rival pub group Spirit had played a part in the decision to join the association. Rooney Anand, CEO of Greene