Trends

In crust we trust – how Pizza Pilgrims transformed their renowned Neapolitan pizzas into a frying pan wonder

In crust we trust – how Pizza Pilgrims transformed their renowned Neapolitan pizzas into a frying pan wonder

Those of you who read our last blog will know that the Rotaready Christmas party this year gave us the perfect excuse (not that we needed one) to try out some of our clients’ meal kits. But that left us intrigued about...

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From the smokehouse to your house – how Hickory’s transformed their classic dishes into heat & eat

From the smokehouse to your house – how Hickory’s transformed their classic dishes into heat & eat

Over the last 10 months we’ve all had to adapt to, dare we say it, the ‘new normal’. And an industry that has had to get particularly creative is one very close to our hearts – hospitality. With no alternative other tha...

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Eat Out to Help Out – the scheme saving hospitality

Eat Out to Help Out – the scheme saving hospitality

With over 85,000 restaurants taking part, 35 million meals claimed in the first two weeks and restaurants 27% fuller than they were during the same period (Monday to Wednesday) in August 2019; none of us can deny the po...

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Going paper-free: Beyond sustainability

Going paper-free: Beyond sustainability

How much of your restaurant business are you operating paper-free? With 12.5 million tonnes of paper and cardboard being used in the UK each year, there’s already a lot of focus on recycling. But what about the tech alt...

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A whistle-stop tour: the trends and tech changing the face of hospitality in 2020

A whistle-stop tour: the trends and tech changing the face of hospitality in 2020

What better time is there to reflect on the trends and tech changing the face of hospitality, than at the beginning of a new decade? In such a fast paced and growing industry there are so many factors that could play a...

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How pub owners can make the most of dry January

How pub owners can make the most of dry January

Without putting a dampener on the Christmas festivities, it’s not to be ignored that the new year is fast approaching and with that comes dry January. Rather than accepting that this means a quieter time for pub owners,...

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