Boris Johnson reluctant to impose Sugar and Salt Reformulation Tax suggested in National Food Strategy

Johnson reluctant to impose food taxes

By James McAllister

Boris Johnson has signalled he is reluctant to introduce a Sugar and Salt Reformulation Tax, as recommended by Henry Dimbleby in his newly published National Food Strategy (NFS) report.

New report Arla Pro published to help pubs regain consumer confidence post Coronavirus lockdown


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New report published to help pubs regain consumer confidence post lockdown

By BigHospitality

A new report outlining consumer attitudes post Coronavirus and the practical steps hospitality businesses should take to reassure and rebuild consumer trust now and for the future has been published by Arla Pro in partnership with data and research consultancy...

Five Guys recently opened its eigth site in Birmingham' Bullring

Five Guys UK reports £3.89m loss

By Mark Wingett

Five Guys UK, the popular US burger chain, has reported a loss of £3.89m in the period to 29 December 2013, as the cost of launching in the country saw administrative expenses reach £4.58m.

Young's managed house sales for the first 13 weeks are up 10.7 per cent from last year

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Young’s reports strong sales, acquires three new pubs

By Luke Nicholls

Young’s has acquired three freehold pubs over the past fortnight, as the London-centric brewer and pub operator is set to report a ‘strong start’ to the current financial year in its AGM later today (9 July).

DayMark's survey revealed that 37 per cent don’t know where the First Aid Kit is kept, while 60 per cent have occasionally found vital contents missing

First Aid survey reveals negligence in commercial kitchens

By Luke Nicholls

With more than two-thirds of chefs and kitchen staff incurring injury in the workplace at least once a month, current first aid provision in commercial kitchens needs tightening up according to a survey by food hygiene specialist DayMark.

Less diners chose to eat out in August as fear of a longterm recession set in

August trading dire for London restaurants

By Becky Paskin

The summer holidays saw trading in London restaurants plummet over August, as diners demonstrated their pessimism of a near-recovery of the recession


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