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The new allergens rules come into force in December

New allergens law ‘will cost £200m a year’

Complying with food allergen requirements could cost the food service industry £200 million a year, the British Hospitality Association (BHA) has warned.

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Study shows health goes under the table when eating out

New research from Mintel shows that over one third (37%) of diners don’t think about the healthiness of food when eating out.

New Sports Bar & Grill to open in West End

Sports Bar & Grill is to launch its fifth site with an opening in London’s West End next month.

Mike Gatting bats questions in pub Q&A

England cricket legend Mike Gatting was guest of honour at a Shropshire pub after the publicans won a competition run through the PMA.

VIDEO: Marston’s CEO takes on ice bucket challenge

Marston’s chief executive, Ralph Findlay, has become the first major industry figure to take on the ice bucket challenge.

Punch shares top marketing tips as it celebrates licensees’ success

Punch Taverns has stressed the importance of effective marketing as it praised eight pubs who have shown innovation in promoting events at ther pub.

Licensees host Great British Bake Off events

A number of publicans are holding their own baking events to capitalise on the popularity of BBC Two show Great British Bake Off.

Scottish Licensed Trade Association appoints new chairman

Donald Campbell, sales director at wine and spirits merchants Inverarity Morton, has been announced as the new chairman of the Scottish Licensed Trade Association (SLTA).

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