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MCA Food to Go Conference

MCA Food to Go Conference

The MCA Food to Go Conference  addresses the fast-growing  food-to-go market. Capitalise on the business growth based on insight with an exclusive offer for BSA members. The MCA food-to-go conference takes place on 7th February 2018 at Ham Yard Hotel, London.  

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Cafe Life Association Retail Membership

Cafe Life Association Retail Membership

Retail membership of the Café Life Association both gives you and your business a voice on issues affecting your industry and also provides you with a range of benefits, from information and advice to...

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Issue 83 - November 2017

Issue 83 - November 2017

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With the festive season drawing close, we take our customary look at some special food and beverages to enable outlets to capitalise on this lucrative time of year. Cakes an...

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Issue 171 - September 2017

Inside This Issue

Our extensive lunch! showcase, with the best of the new product launches. Lesley Fong, a senior concept developer for Greencore, is proving to be one of the brightest talents on the food to go scene.

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News Focus
  • Around Noon’s acquisition of Chef In A Box is the fi rst step towards national distribution, with two other purchases planned in the next three years. Simon Ambrose spoke to chairman Howard Farquhar.
  • Food to go manufacturer Tasties of Chester (Street Eats) has been bought out of administration by a new company led by former Adelie Foods CEO Gavin Cox.
  • Adelie Foods has further rationalised its operations by closing the Middlesbrough manufacturing plant and transferring production to other factories within the Group.
Profiles
  • Lesley Fong, a senior concept developer for Greencore, is proving to be one of the brightest talents on the food to go scene. She talks to Simon Ambrose about her infl uences and passions.
  • Brighton’s Hell’s Kitchen must be one of the oldest sandwich bars in the UK, having been started in 1951 – it’s certainly one of the busiest, with a New York Deli, Jewish food tradition giving it a real point of difference.
Lunch! Show
  • Our extensive lunch! showcase, with the best of the new product launches.