Pub Food

Returning trend: pasta is set to make a comeback, according to a new report

Summer food trends for 2018

By Nikkie Sutton

Kimchi fries and red rice are two trends set to be big with diners this summer, according to a new report.

Take note: The Insolvency Service said this case should serve as a warning to other operators

Why you shouldn’t lie about your food-hygiene rating

By Nikkie Sutton

A restaurant owner has been banned from running companies for five years after he falsely advertised a five-star food-hygiene rating in a local publication, highlighting why operators should be truthful about their score.

Measuring happiness: a review of the mood in the catering sector has been released

Food jobs will be cut to ‘absorb costs’

By Nicholas Robinson

Catering firms are preparing to cut jobs to absorb increasing costs, while a significant proportion of operators claim they do not plan to hire new staff this year.

Weather warning: the UK's harvest has been hit by the heatwave and a reliance on fewer migrant workers

Heatwave could mean vegetable shortage

By Emily Hawkins

A difficult harvest caused by recent hot weather means buyers may struggle to buy certain produce, a leading procurement experts has warned.

Cheaper: Brits want dishes at lower prices

Cheap and classic – what consumers want from pub food

By Nicholas Robinson

Brits place the price of a dish above all else when eating in the casual-dining sector, while the size of a portion and whether it is cheaper than dining at home also rank highly, new research claims.