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Catering & hospitality

How to go gluten-free

KNORR launches gluten-free guide for education caterers with help of Phil Vickery

Five-a-day awareness for children increasing

Children's Food Trust responds to national report on health and wellbeing of young people

Choosy eaters

Ronan Harte explains why, when it comes to choosing a school caterer, it's good to be picky wi...

Healthy eating put firmly on the plate by Ofsted

Ofsted has formally included healthy eating and knowledge of how to eat healthily in its Commo...

Better food choices for schools

Leeds Beckett study shows behavioural 'nudges' effective in encouraging healthy eating in scho...

Calling all budding chefs

River Cottage chef apprenticeship scheme open for applications

Gluten off the menu for school caterers?

KNORR gravy has teamed up with top chef, Phil Vickery, to run a gluten-free masterclass especi...

A quarter of UK secondary school children have no breakfast

New research from the British Nutrition Foundation kicks off Healthy Eating Week 2015

Schools sign up for health drive

A quarter of all school-aged children in the UK are expected to take part in this year's Healt...

The Dining Dilemma - help is at hand

Westcountry Group looks at the issue of feeding more children in less time in schools

A passion for food

Raymond and Olivier Blanc are among the judges for this year's competition to find the UK's 'H...

No small change

New payment system developed for Scottish schools takes the hassle out of lunch money

Insight from the experts part 7

Sue Parfett of the Brookwood Partnership explains the relationship between sugar, nutrition an...

Cutting consumption

Graham Kille, managing director of FRIMA UK, explains why innovative equipment should lead a s...

No small change

New payment system developed for Scottish schools takes the hassle out of lunch money

Gold award for Sussex school

Ardingly College's catering department is the first recipient of a new healthy-eating award fr...

Food for thought

Ronan Harte, Holroyd Howe MD, discusses the role food can play in the future of independent sc...

Insight from the experts, part 6

Where food is concerned, there's more to sustainability than local sourcing, says Sue Parfett ...

Developing your most important asset

Training can be the key to retaining top catering talent in a competitive market, says Claire ...

It is Pig and it is clever...

IFE 2015 (International Food and Drink Event), has partnered with pioneering food waste charit...

The art of buying food

Knowledge is power when it comes to smart purchasing of school food, says Graeme White, purcha...

Allergens alert from Holroyd Howe

As the new allergens legislation launches, UK caterer Holroyd Howe invokes awareness of health...

Cashless convenience

A completely cashless payments system installed at a Lancashire school is set to give parents ...