Pub Food

Wages: men are paid on average more than women

Men paid 14p an hour more than women

By Michelle Perrett

Male workers in the hospitality sector are paid more per hour than women, research from software company Fourth has revealed.

Pie chart: what do consumers want in their pie?

Food trends for 2018 – what do customers want?

By Nicholas Robinson

Diners are more willing to go solo and dine out alone, with more than three quarters of those asked in new research claiming to find eating without a partner socially acceptable.

Sizzle time: the Big Sausage Week celebrates the pork product

How to make the most of Great British Sausage Week

By Nikkie Sutton

The Morning Advertiser’s sister title Meat Trades Journal is running The Big Sausage Week from 31 October to 6 November and pubs should get involved to make some porky profits.

New skills: the scheme will help kitchen staff, among others, further their careers

Stonegate unveils apprenticeship scheme

By Nikkie Sutton

Stonegate Pub Company has launched a new nationwide apprenticeship programme for back-of-house staff as part of its training scheme called the Albert Theory of Progression (ATOP).

Creative: Using leftover pumpkins will help you save money and reduce waste

6 recipe ideas for leftover Halloween pumpkins

By James Beeson

With Halloween festivities over for another year, pumpkins across the land are being thrown out and left to rot. However, There are loads of great dishes pubs can make with this seasonal ingredient.

Real deal: one quarter of UK consumers agree that meat substitutes that are similar to meat do appeal

Global food trends for 2018

By Nikkie Sutton

Operators need to be transparent about what they are serving consumers, sensitive to ongoing health trends and to consider the texture of food, according to latest global food trends data from Mintel.