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Kim Woodward joins 100 Wardour St

D&D London’s 100 Wardour Street in Soho has appointed Kim Woodward as its new executive head chef.

Meat substitutes and food halls to be big beyond 2018

Meat substitutes, food halls and experiential dining are predicted to become more prevalent in casual dining over the coming years, according to a new report from McCain Foodservice.

Loyalty card holders visit businesses once a week

New research by customer engagement platform Como has found that it takes a loyalty programme member of a hospitality chain an average of 59 days to complete and redeem a punch card.

Daisy Green launches crowdfunding campaign

Australian hospitality group Daisy Green has raised more than £500,000 in its first ever equity raise on Crowdcube.

London Union revenue up 40%

London Union has reported a revenue increase of 40% from £9.1m to £12.8m in its latest financial report for the 52 weeks to 31 December 2017.

Café Rouge awarded for sustainable menu

Café Rouge has been awarded Menu of the Year at the Marine Stewardship Council’s annual awards for launching certified sustainable seafood across menus nationwide.

BITES Live launched for hospitality and foodservice

A new conference has been launched for the hospitality and foodservice industries called BITES Live.

Amsterdam restaurant launches global franchise

Amsterdam-born eatery The Butcher has launched a new global franchising scheme to enable the brand to launch in the UK.

LEON reports £1.8m loss

LEON Restaurants has reported a total loss of £1.8m for the year ending 31 December 2017, compared to a profit of £44,967 in 2016.

A shore thing

As Fulham Shore continues to grow The Real Greek and Franco Manca brands, chairman David Page talks to Casual Dining Magazine about an industry he has worked in since 1973.

Eat together

The notable rise of vegan and gluten-free demands is making an impact on restaurants large and small.

Hot weather and World Cup boost June sales

The hospitality sector saw like-for-like sales increase 5.4% in June, likely driven by the warm weather and start of the World Cup.

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