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Largest part of the contract catering market by value revealed

Largest part of the contract catering market by value revealed

The outsourced business and industry (B&I) catering market will be worth £2.13 billion over the next three years, making it the largest part of the contract catering sector by some distance, it has been predicted. The value of the B&I market, which represents foodservice sales to offices and workplace environments, reached £1.96 billion in 2016

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

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

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.  

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