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Category: Food health

Food hygiene issues and how to fix them

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 8th December 2017

Businesses that deal almost exclusively in food and drink could be at serious risk of serious food hygiene incidents according to New Food Magazine.

All it takes it one problem to snowball into legal issues and potential lawsuits, so if you’re a caterer or food professional, you need to tighten up to avoid these hazards.

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Supermarket to offer food past ‘best before’ for 10p to cut waste

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 5th December 2017

The East of England Co-op is one of the first supermarket chains to offer food past the listed ‘best before’ date at the low price of 10p.

125 of the chain’s stores will start offering customers the opportunity to buy a range of tinned foods such as beans, sauces alongside dried goods that includes crisps, tea, pasta and even chocolate.

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Come and see the new look CS Catering Equipment!

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 29th November 2017

CS Catering Equipment has updated, improved and enhanced to meet the needs of the modern caterer.

With the revamp of our online shop front, if you’re in the business of food, then we are sure you’ll love our new look website.

Find exactly what you’re looking for within seconds, the entire storefront has been shaped to make getting what you want, when you need it, even easier than ever before.

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Is our food labeling leading to overeating and obesity?

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 27th November 2017

Dieting, calorie counting and general diet control are always hot topics both online and offline, but how much of that stress and confusion is caused by our food labelling systems?

The global snack market is facing criticism as research from the University of Surrey has found what is believed to be a link between our snack food labelling and overeating issues. [ Read More ]

Why Michel Roux is wrong about people taking photos of his food

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 9th November 2017

Michael Roux in some act of defiance against the modern convention has banned pictures of his kitchen creations from being taken.

Guests at The Waterside Inn, Bray, have been asked to refrain from taking photos of their dishes, with a sign explicitly telling guests to stop taking pictures of their food.

Well it’s not cricket is it Mr Roux?

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Halloween Eats: Pumpkin Soup

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 31st October 2017

One of the biggest crying shames we face as a nation that is slowly embracing the somewhat typically American Halloween traditions – is the waste of good quality pumpkins.

Relegated to simply becoming husks for the sake of horror-based mood lighting, the seasonal staple can be turned into a warming dish too!

Pumpkin soup uses up that often thrown away innards of the orange coloured vegetable (although it’s technically a fruit!).

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The worst things diners do according to the UK’s top chefs

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 18th October 2017

Google Reviews, TripAdvisor, Yelp, FourSquare. As diners or customers, we can literally lay into our food then destroy a businesses reputation without ever having to fear the consequences.

But without the kitchen being able to truly go toe-to-toe without potentially causing further fury, some of the nations top chefs are sharing some of the biggest grievances they have with the restaurant goer.

It’s often said that the customer is always right, but we know that isn’t always the case.

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World Food Day: 5 facts about British food you didn’t know

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 16th October 2017

Happy World Food Day!  A celebration of the way we are fed all over the globe.

The event is the brainchild of the United Nations, instantly elevating the stature of this yearly appointment beyond simply just another ‘food day’.

Hosted by the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations, the 16th of October is the very day this arm of the UN was founded, so this event commemorates this inception.

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National Chocolate Week: Chocolate Heaven

Author Damien Wilde
Posted On 9th October 2017

national chocolate week

National Chocolate Week is a celebration of all things cocoa from the 9-15th October that culminates in the Chocolate Show, which runs from the 13-15th October at Olympia National Hall, London.

And with hundreds of events expected throughout the week from the UK’s top chocolatiers and chocolate companie and even bars, restaurants are getting involved.

We thought we’d weigh-in and give you a couple of our favourite classy chocolate recipes to help you celebrate all things chocolate in style. These recipes are on us ;)…

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