Industry chiefs have raised concerns over the Scottish government’s introduction of a deposit-return scheme on some glass and plastic bottles, arguing the policy could raise prices and limit choice.
A survey of foodservice professionals has revealed that sustainability concerns are changing the way the industry operates, with menus and kitchens reflecting more on the longevity of the industry.
Many operators have jumped on the plastics recycling bandwagon, but some are criticising these knee-jerk reactions, pointing out that reusing isn’t as easy as it first appears. Angela Frewin separates fact from ... Read more
The Bull Inn has been at the heart of the village of Limpsfield in rural Surrey for hundreds of years. But when the pub went up for sale in 2017, locals feared it would be snapped up by housing developers. Dire ... Read more
With sustainability top of the news agenda, the attention is firmly on waste and what the food industry is doing about it. Katherine Price learns how Lexington Catering has made dealing with waste a priority th ... Read more
Single-use plastic has been a hot topic of conversation for months, with many claiming it to be a necessity in kitchens. But at Spring, Skye Gyngell has managed to fully eradicate it. Emma Lake finds out how it ... Read more
With consumers increasingly turning away from single-use plastic, operators must be innovative when it comes to their water offering. Anne Bruce examines some of the options currently on the market
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