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Brits steal £186 worth of tableware

Stolen tableware costs businesses £2,000

A new survey suggests 17 million Brits have stolen tableware from pubs, bars and restaurants, at a total cost to the industry of £186 million

Brits steal £186 worth of tableware
Arysta launches Cheesecake Swirl Brookie

Aryzta launches Cheesecake Swirl Brookie

We've had the cronut (croissant/donut) and the croffin (croissant/muffin), now a cookie/brownie/cheesecake "tri-brid" is about to hit UK pudding plates.

Arysta launches Cheesecake Swirl Brookie
Britain's favourite breakfast revealed

Nation’s ultimate fry-up revealed

The full English is making a comeback with younger people, a survey found, with over a third of 16 to 34-year-olds eating one once a week or more compared to just a quarter of over 55s doing the same.

Britain's favourite breakfast revealed
Pub pies for British pie week

Pick up a pie for #BritishPieWeek

Pies are always a popular choice on a pub menu — but do you go home-made or consider buying them in?

Pub pies for British pie week
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Barstool Expert: Everything you need to know about pies

In British Pie Week (Monday March 4 to Sunday March 10), so we've asked our Barstool Expert to tell us everything he knows about pies...

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The food trends set to disrupt pubs in 2019

The food trends set to disrupt pubs in 2019

 

The fast-moving landscape of food trends is always challenging to keep up with – so what should pubs look out for in 2019?

 

The food trends set to disrupt pubs in 2019
Winner of Nutella Chef Challenge announced

Winner of Nutella Chef Challenge announced

 

The first winner of the Nutella Chef Challenge is a culinary student from the University of Derby.

 

Winner of Nutella Chef Challenge announced
Veganuary hits January profits as Dry January influence declines

Veganuary hits January profits as Dry January influence declines

Sales in pubs saw a decline in January following a strong Christmas trading period, although this was driven by food rather than drink, according to the latest Coffer Peach tracker figures.

Veganuary hits January profits as Dry January influence declines
Jackfruit - the hot new trend in food

Jackfruit - the hot new trend in food

 

Demand for jackfruit has soared in the past twelve months and the trend looks set to continue throughout 2019.

 

Jackfruit - the hot new trend in food
Are you ready for British Pie Week?

Are you ready for British Pie Week?

 

People love a pie – and they really love a pie in a pub – so are you ready to promote your offer this March for British Pie Week?

 

Are you ready for British Pie Week?
The Scotch Egg Challenge returns for its ninth year

The Scotch Egg Challenge returns for its ninth year

 

The annual event, held at Young's pub The Canonbury in Islington, sees chefs from pubs and restaurants across the UK compete for the coveted title.

 

The Scotch Egg Challenge returns for its ninth year
Pubs warned on no deal Brexit labelling

Pubs warned on no deal Brexit labelling

Pubs that label and sell produce need to make sure they follow guidance on food and drink labelling in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

Pubs warned on no deal Brexit labelling
Majority still prefer to make reservations over phone

Majority still prefer to make reservations over phone

 

An eating out study by creative agency KAM Media discovered a number of findings around people’s preferences on a possible 130,000 different paths from planning a night out to paying the bill.

 

Majority still prefer to make reservations over phone
Pub wins national fish and chips award

Pub wins national fish and chips award

A pub in Kent has won the award for Best Food Service Operator at The National Fish and Chip Awards.

Pub wins national fish and chips award
Pub's leftovers to feed the community

Pub's leftovers to feed the community

A destination dining pub is doing its bit to ensure food doesn't go to waste by working with a local food bank.

Pub's leftovers to feed the community
Winner of 'chef hack' competition announced

Winner of 'chef hack' competition announced

Aviko has announced the winner of its 'chef hack' competition -  a chef whose pastry hack has helped him create award winning pies.

 

Winner of 'chef hack' competition announced
“Natasha’s Law” announced to prevent further allergen deaths

“Natasha’s Law” announced to prevent further allergen deaths

 

Food label laws are to be strengthened under new proposals to ensure deaths from allergens are avoided in the future.

 

“Natasha’s Law” announced to prevent further allergen deaths
Eating out faces further pressure from grab and go market

Eating out faces further pressure from grab and go market

Eating out is set to decline over the next two years – but casual dining could buck the trend – according to analysis by global information company the NPD Group.

Eating out faces further pressure from grab and go market
Is it time to 'make meat a treat'?

Is it time to 'make meat a treat'?

Chefs can use meat and still cater for punters looking to reduce consumption, according to fresh produce specialist Bidfresh.

Is it time to 'make meat a treat'?
Spring seasonal veggies

Spring seasonal veggies

 

The darling buds of May - or is April the cruellest month? Whatever your opinion, if you're in the middle of Spring menu planning, we've got some seasonal vegetable options for you...

 

Spring seasonal veggies

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