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Restaurants told to close their doors to stop virus spread

All restaurants told to close their doors as soon as possible to stop the spread of coronavirus and chancellor announces wage support for businesses.

FareShare urgently appeals for food from industry

Food charity FareShare, a national network of charitable food redistributors made up of 17 independent organisations, is urgently appealing for donations from the food industry to help support vulnerable people during the Covid-19 crisis.

Chef Dev Biswal contradicts chancellor's insurance claims

The owner of Kent-based Indian restaurants The Ambrette has spoken out against the chancellor’s recent insurance statements in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Emergency fund set up to support hospitality workers

The Hospitality Workers Emergency Fund has been launched by Hospitality Action and Tipjar in order to support those in the industry who will lose their zero-hour contracts as a result of the coronavirus crisis.

The Restaurant Group feels Covid-19 effects

The Restaurant Group has provided a trading update amid the unfolding coronavirus outbreak in the UK.

Coronavirus crisis: What are restaurants doing to cope?

Casual Dining Magazine will be posting updates from restaurants here, including closures and other measures adopted by operators during this time as businesses adapt to stay afloat during the coronavirus outbreak.

Business support announced by chancellor

Government support is being offered to trade in response to the Covid-19 economic crisis, announced yesterday (17 March) by chancellor Rishi Sunak.

Only A Pavement Away pledges to fill sick pay gap

Only A Pavement Away, the hospitality industry charity that supports the homeless, veterans and ex-offenders with jobs in the sector, has pledged to bridge the sick pay gap for its members to ensure they don’t fall back into destitution amid the Covid-19 outbreak.

Covid-19 legal guidance - the dos and don'ts

David Clifton and Suzanne Davies of Clifton Davies Consultancy Limited provide Casual Dining Magazine readers with legal guidance around coronavirus.

Industry reacts to PM's latest advice on Covid-19

The hospitality industry is waking up this morning to the news that the government has advised the nation to avoid restaurants, pubs, hotels and other hospitality businesses in order to minimise the spread of Covid-19.

SPONSORED: Bringing inspiration to your menu!

Here at Lakeland Dairies we understand that themed menus and daily specials are a great way to keep menus fresh and interesting

Restaurants step up to increased delivery demand

Restaurants across the UK have stepped up to the increased delivery demand as consumers look to self-isolate and avoid public places amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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