Healthy options

Charity Coeliac UK offers training and accreditation for operators who want to improve the standard of their gluten-free food offer

Coeliac Awareness Week approaching

By Daniel Woolfson

National Coeliac Awareness Week begins next Tuesday (12 May) and operators are getting ready to go free-from.

Phil Vickery gluten-free Knorr


Phil Vickery teams up with Knorr

By Daniel Woolfson

Knorr gravy has teamed up with Michelin-starred TV chef Phil Vickery to spearhead a new campaign aimed at encouraging chefs to experiment with gluten free as part of the upcoming Allergen Awareness Week.

Pubco creates beer salad

Pubco creates beer salad

By Daniel Woolfson

Red Mist leisure has invented a “Real Ale Salad” using Hogs Back's TEA.

Harvester is offering free unlimited salad with every main meal

Harvester Salad & Grill launches new menu

By Daniel Woolfson

The new food offer focuses on the Mitchells & Butlers owned chain’s trademark grilled meats with a range of customisable salad options and new desserts.

Money makers: healthy set menus and jazz lunches

business booster

Money makers: healthy set menus and jazz lunches

By Alison Baker

For £17, guests enjoy two courses plus coffee with dishes including spinach and feta salad with Kalamata olive Puy lentils, Asian chicken broth with edamame, bean shoots and chilli and the very popular poached egg on wholegrain toast with crushed avocado,...

Mellows: 'Expecting retailers of alcohol to take responsibility for public health is simply absurd'

An absurd objective – public health and the licensee

By Phil Mellows

Unless I missed something the three alcohol licence applications refused by Edinburgh Licensing Board at the end of last month are the first examples of a local authority invoking Scotland’s fifth licensing objective – the obligation on licence holders...

Campaign: healthier food in London

Push for healthier food in london pubs

By Lesley Foottit

London food venues are being urged to sign up to a scheme committed to achieving healthier food in the UK that launched today.

Equator: targetting the health conscious

Equator targets the health conscious

By Matthew Moggridge

Beverage Brands has launched what it believes to be a ground-breaking non-alcoholic beer in response to increasing levels of health-consciousness.

Checks: calorie-labelling legislation could come in by 2013

Orchid slams calorie labelling

By Lesley Foottit

A leading managed pub operator, Orchid Group, has described the pressure for pub-cos to introduce calorie labelling as “the new smoking vendetta”.

M&B: calorie labelling is working

M&B calorie labelling cuts consumption

By Lesley Foottit

Mitchells & Butlers brand Harvester has seen calorie consumption drop by an average 25 calories per customer since introducing menu calorie labelling six months ago.

Gunard's Head: receiving awards

Eatdrinksleep pub wins health food award

By Lesley Foottit

A Cornish chef has won a gold Cornwall Healthier Eating and Food Saftey award in recognition of his commitment to healthy menu options. Bruce...

Menu: the DoH does not have power to force changes

BHA in calorie-count call

By Becky Paskin, Big Hospitality

The hospitality industry has been advised to consider putting calorie counts on menus before EU legislation is introduced, despite a lack of proof...

Salad: beware of hidden calories

UK diners want more healthy options

By Lesley Foottit

Nearly 60% of UK consumers want more healthy options when dining out and up to 30% would be willing to pay more for the privilege. The research by...

Salad: low cal

60% of consumers want healthier pub menus

By Lesley Foottit

Almost 60% of UK consumers want more healthy options on pub and restaurant menus, according to a Unilever Food Solutions survey. Meanwhile, a US...

Oliver: thinks calorie information is over the top

I'll count my own calories, thanks

By Stephen Oliver

Having moved from pubs to brewing — the delights of our cask-ale range have helped modify my physique, says Stephen Oliver.

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