Prime Minister David Cameron is facing increased pressure from the sugar lobby group Action on Sugar (AoS) to implement a heavy tax on sugary food and drink and to enforce nutritional labelling on menus to help tackle the UK’s growing obesity epidemic.
A lack of knowledge about the potential safety implications of sous vide cooking has sparked concern from experts, as new research claims many recipes don’t follow the recommended food safety guidelines.
Spirits to softs and cocktails to cider, your essential round-up of what's hot on the back bar.
Primrose Hill pub faced criticism for turning away tradesman wearing work clothes - but licensees say scruffy customers can be a tricky issue.
A majority of Britons plan to eat more than one Christmas dinner, according to a consumer survey by Mitchells & Butlers.
A proposal to demand food inspection fees from hospitality businesses may not be passed after facing fierce opposition.
The busiest time of the year for the pub trade is fast approaching and no doubt you have spent the past few weeks (or maybe months) planning your Christmas trading.
The ALMR conference drew wise words from sector dignitaries — with advice to those seeking investment in the future. Nicholas Robinson reports
Plans for major transformation of the historic Ipswich brewery, Tolly Cobbold, have divided opinion as they await a planning committee in the new year.
Nigel Huddleston looks at how new online packages and innovative apps are transforming training and career development of pub staff, helping encourage long-term careers in hospitality.