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Blog: Re-open Right

Blog: Re-open Right

COVID-19 has thrown the hospitality industry into chaos. We understand the challenge this developing situation poses to foodservice businesses, and the difficult decisions that it brings into sharp focus around profitability and resilience. We believe businesses will...

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Preparing for the Bar World of Tomorrow

Preparing for the Bar World of Tomorrow

Yesterday saw the launch of a new global sustainability training programme for bartenders. The joint project from Pernod Ricard, The SRA and Trash Tiki enables bartenders to learn about the impact they can have on everything from fresh ingredient use to responsible...

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Can I recycle this?

Can I recycle this?

A global assessment of recycling and sustainability labelling on plastic packaging has found only 17% of assessed labels give consumers quality information to make informed decisions. Increasing public awareness and concern about plastics has encouraged businesses to...

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EU’s Farm to Fork Strategy

EU’s Farm to Fork Strategy

"Food systems cannot be resilient to crises such as the Covid-19 pandemic if they are not sustainable" a sentiment we fully agree with. These words kick-start the EU's new Farm to Fork Strategywhich aims to accelerate our transition to a sustainable food system....

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UK takeaway food waste rises during coronavirus lockdown

UK takeaway food waste rises during coronavirus lockdown

Whilst many of us might feel like store-cupboard suppers and thoroughly planned shopping lists mean we're reducing our food waste, the same can't be said for restaurants still open during lockdown. New research from The SRA & Just Eat has found that food waste...

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Restaurant grants based on free meals and fair wages

Restaurant grants based on free meals and fair wages

We've seen government aid tied to climate requirements and now a Californian programme is doing something similar with restaurants and fair treatment of staff. High Road Kitchens, a not for profit is aiming to re-build a fairer restaurant industry. The programme...

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Global Nutrition Report 2020

Global Nutrition Report 2020

The last few months have shown the devastating impact of inequality on health. The launch of this year's Global Nutrition Report emphasises the importance of equality with respect to diets and introduced the idea of nutrition equity. Stating that "everyone deserves...

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Supporting local

Supporting local

Tech giants including Google, Facebook and Amazon will allow their employees to work from home until the end of this year, whilst Twitter has gone a step further announcing that staff can work from home forever if they wish. This has made us think about the changing...

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Pre-booked, alfresco dining

Pre-booked, alfresco dining

As countries across Europe begin easing lockdown measures, a range of new ideas are being tested, with alfresco dining and booking ahead two key measures we're likely to see more of. In Italy, Burger King is testing an app that will allow customers to order and pay...

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