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Half of young adults won’t consider a hospitality career

New research by Hit Training and Get My First Job has found that more than half (53%) of 16 to 20-year-olds wouldn’t consider a career in hospitality.

Byron expands vegan offering

Byron has added two new vegan burgers to its offering with the launch of its new summer menu.

D&D London announces 14 Hills

D&D London has announced that 14 Hills will open on the 14th floor of 120 Fenchurch Street in November.

Simon Turner joins Arts in Leeds

After four years at The Reliance, Simon Turner has joined Arts in Leeds as new head chef.

Japanese whisky category predicted 44% growth

With greater volume available for export in the next three years, the total value of sales of Japanese whisky is predicted to grow 44.4% in the UK, to £11.7m by 2022.

Carluccio’s appoints new head of food operations

Carluccio’s has appointed Matt Dale as its new head of food operations to strengthen the brand’s Fresca transformation team.

LEON unveils biggest vegan menu to date

As plant-based diets continue to increase in popularity, LEON is responding with the launch of its biggest ever vegan menu on Thursday 13 June, to coincide with its 15th birthday.

Cashless society: the future for casual dining

Eloise Sheppard, managing director of Call Systems Technology, looks at the popularity of card payments and what this can mean for the industry.

Most bizarre reasons for sending food back revealed

‘Too much tomato’ in a tomato soup has been revealed by online course provider Virtual College as one of the most ridiculous reasons customers have sent back food in restaurants.

M Raw Victoria goes vegetarian and gluten-free

Raw, the sister restaurant to M Grill and located within the M Victoria site, launches a completely vegetarian and gluten-free menu today (7 June).

Café Rouge teams up with The Prince’s Trust

After raising more than £300,000 for the NSPCC over three years, Café Rouge has announced its new charity partner, The Prince’s Trust.

Guests judge water by its cover, finds new research

New research from EauVation has found that people would prefer to be served water in a glass bottle than a jug when visiting a restaurant.

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