The grass is now even greener for Irish beef-BordBia

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The grass is now even greener for Irish beef

Over 80% of Ireland’s agricultural land is lush green grass. This has long made it the perfect environment for grazing cattle and explains why Irish beef is so special and unique in terms of taste, tenderness and quality. It’s no wonder that its premium...

Friday Five: the week's top news

Friday Five: the week's top news

This week's headlines were dominated by various parts of the country facing tougher lockdown measures, and the growing pleas of the hospitality industry for restrictions to be relaxed.

KFC to create new jobs delivery

KFC to create 5,400 jobs

KFC UK and Ireland is to create a 5,400 new jobs following a surge in takeaway demand fuelled by the Coronavirus crisis, Sky News reports.

Reputation-The 2020 top trends for UK hospitality

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The 2020 top trends for UK hospitality

The UK’s hospitality industry has been through a turbulent year, and everyone reading this article is probably fed up with the ‘c-word’ by now. Nevertheless, the industry rolls on, and as we head into the winter months and New Year, we don’t really know...

Costa franchise eyes expansion

Costa franchise eyes expansion

A Costa Coffee franchise based in the north of England has announced plans to expand after securing a substantial financing facility from HSBC.

Sunak set to introduce Tier 2 finance support

Sunak set to introduce Tier 2 finance support

Chancellor Rishi Sunak is expected to announce new financial support for hospitality businesses in areas operating under Tier 2 Coronavirus restrictions, such as London and Birmingham.

Scottish hospitality sector Save our Jobs campaign

Scottish hospitality sector launches Save our Jobs campaign

Some of the biggest names in Scottish hospitality have launched a ‘Save Our Jobs’ campaign calling for urgent support from Westminster and Holyrood to safeguard up to 100,000 jobs before the UK-wide furlough scheme comes to an end on 31 October.

How I Got Here: Jacqueline Gear restaurant director general manager Michelin-starred The Artichoke

How I Got Here: Jacqueline Gear

Jacqueline Gear co-owns Michelin-starred restaurant The Artichoke in Old Amersham, Buckinghamshire, with her husband Laurie Gear.

Kol Mexican restaurant London Santiago Lastra

Latest opening: Kol

Santiago Lastra's London debut has been worth the wait, managing to champion Mexican cuisine and UK produce simultaneously.

Wales poised for 'circuit breaker' Coronavirus lockdown decision

Wales poised for 'circuit breaker' decision

The Welsh Government is expected to announce this morning whether it will impose a two-week 'circuit breaker' lockdown, which will see pubs and restaurants across the country ordered to close.

Flash-grilled with Ali Nia GM and partner at The Drunken Butler in Farringdon former Restaurant Gordon Ramsay

Flash-grilled: Ali Nia

Former Restaurant Gordon Ramsay GM Ali Nia was recently appointed as general manager and partner at The Drunken Butler in Farringdon.




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