Tag Archives: catering

Waste food catering operation poised for lift-off this September

A social enterprise initiative behind the UK’s first waste food ‘pay-as-you-feel’ restaurant is set to take the concept one step further by launching a waste food catering business. Real Junk Food Manchester sprung to prominence when it launched the pop-up in Manchester last year and the project was so successful that it has remained open

ROYAL PEEK: Inside the kitchen at Windsor Castle as chefs prep for Harry and Meghan’s big wedding banquet

The Royal Kitchens at Windsor Castle have been busier than ever in the lead up to The Royal Wedding – catering for several receptions around The Royal Windsor Horse Show, as well as the meticulous planning and preparation for one of the biggest events the castle has hosted in recent years. On the 19th of May, staff

Era of ‘fully automated dining experiences’ getting closer

Nearly one in five diners plans to use mobile ordering for food more often in the coming year, while one in seven want to see more kiosk ordering options in 2018, a Mintel study in the US has revealed. A number of US operators are blazing a trail with “fully automated dining experiences” designed to provide

SSP rolls out Ritazza coffee unit concept to Scotland after success at Euston

SSP, the operator of food and beverage brands in travel locations worldwide, will be opening its first Ritazza coffee unit in Scotland at Glasgow Prestwick Airport. The coffee shop serves a range of hot and cold beverages from freshly brewed barista coffees and a range of English breakfast and herbal teas to refreshing iced lemonade. The

Mount Charles rakes in £37m worth of contracts and expands footprint of catering business

Mount Charles, a Northern Ireland-based catering and outsourcing company, has successfully bagged a raft of new accounts totalling £37m for the last year following its entry to the Republic of Ireland. The firm announced that it has won new contracts over its collective duration in the past 12 months, boosting this year’s turnover by 18%