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Price pressures: meat fraud is on the rise

Food fraud on the rise, claims research

By Nicholas Robinson

Meat fraud is on the rise, driven by the increase in the number of pubs and restaurants going bust, recent research from food procurement firm Regency Purchasing Group has claimed.

Very important: food safety should be a high priority for operators

Top food storage tips

By Nikkie Thatcher

How to store food properly can avoid issues with food poisoning and experts have revealed their advice on how best to do this.

Roast off: do you have a winning roast dinner?

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Top chefs dish the tips on best roasts

By Lucy Britner

When sourced, cooked and served correctly, the great British Sunday roast is one of the finest meals to behold – and is something your pub can really capitalise on.

What's the beef?: it seems everyone is talking about the future of meat

Spotlight

Does meat have a future in the pub?

By Nikkie Thatcher

Meat is on everyone’s lips at the moment whether it’s the vegan/vegetarian movement or at present, the impact eating meat has on the environment.

Celebration occasion: consumers spend the most when they are out on a date

Brits spend most in on-trade on date night

By Nikkie Thatcher

Consumers spend the most on food and drink when they are on a date and nearly one third of those who go out for food on a date, do so on a weekly basis, new research has revealed.

Fail to plan: 10 tips to five-star hygiene

10 ways to fail a food hygiene inspection

By Nicholas Robinson

Attaining a five-star food hygiene rating not only instils trust in your diners, but it can also help operators with best practice in the kitchen.