February 2019

LACA
28/02/2019 09:02
School meal provider, Norse Catering, has launched its new brand ‘Fresssh’ for students at Dereham Neatherd on Monday 25 February.

As well as the change in branding, the lunchtime menu has been ‘transformed’ with a new range of ‘street’ and ‘bowl’ food created by Norse development chef, Gary Dyos, to replicate current and emerging food trends found on the high street.

New dishes include Panko-Crumbed Chicken with...

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Industry
28/02/2019 06:02
Mellors Catering Services has raised £2,675 for its chosen charity, Zoe’s Place Baby Hospice.

With Hospices in Liverpool, Middlesbrough and Coventry, Zoë’s Place provide palliative, respite and end-of-life care to babies and infants suffering from life-limiting and life-threatening conditions.

Tony Trainor, chief operating officer at Mellors, said: “Five years ago, we decided to...

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Industry
Sharon Hodgson Westminster Hall debate public sector catering Brexit
27/02/2019 12:02
Labour MP and Shadow Public Health Minister Sharon Hodgson has secured a one-hour Westminster Hall debate about the effect on public sector catering of leaving the EU without a deal.

It will start at 4.30pm in Westminster Hall at the House of Commons. Such debates give MPs a chance to raise local or national issues and receive a response from a government minister.

Hodgson has already tweeted to say: “I have secured an important 1 hr Westminster Hall debate on the...

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Industry
27/02/2019 09:02
Scottish Baker of the Year is preparing to launch its eighth annual event next month (6 March), enlisting the help of two local primary schools to open this year’s contest.

Open to bakers across the country, the annual competition aims to support and promote their interests, with ambassador Mich Turner urging “everyone who pops into their local bakery to vote for their favourite baked goodies.”

“Your votes could help them win Scottish Baker of the Year 2019...

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27/02/2019 09:02
Scottish Baker of the Year is preparing to launch its eighth annual event next month (6 March), enlisting the help of two local primary schools to open this year’s contest.

Open to bakers across the country, the annual competition aims to support and promote their interests, with ambassador Mich Turner urging “everyone who pops into their local bakery to vote for their favourite baked goodies.”

“Your votes could help them win Scottish Baker of the Year 2019...

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