The best products in the UK demonstrating the most advanced use of technology, leading innovation, headline design, taste and nutrition have all been recognised at The Caterer‘s 2018 Product Excellence Awards Read more
2018 was an unprecedented year for the soft drinks business as the hottest summer in 30 years and England’s World Cup success helped it navigate the introduction of the sugar tax and a Co2 shortage.
This is my take on the classic Indian dessert of gajar ka halwa – a painstakingly slow-cooked dessert made with grated carrots, spices, ghee and milk. I once tried something similar but with beetroot, which is ... Read more
Following on from Feasts, Sirocco and Persiana, cookery teacher and supper club host Sabrina Ghayour’s fourth book explores the Persian and Middle Eastern cuisine for which she’s known through a vegetarian lens ... Read more
In the last six months Tilda Foodservice has donated a staggering 60,523 meals to the school-feeding charity, Mary’s Meals which provides life-changing daily meals to impoverished schoolchildren around the worl ... Read more
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.
The CEDA gala dinner and awards took place last week at Heythrop Park in Oxfordshire, bringing to a close the 2019 CEDA Conference and awarding multiple individuals in the catering equipment distributor sector. ... Read more
There are many decisions when choosing a warewasher, from which chemicals to use to the type of racks, but the most important is finding one that’s the right fit for your operation and your staff so you can get ... Read more
With more of us choosing to eat less meat or no meat at all, the demand for recipes focused on fish and vegetables is on the up. So, the more inspiration there is out there to help chefs and caterers meet the d ... Read more