Kite Packaging Group Limited was first verified as Carbon Neutral in 2021 and April 2022 brought with it a renewed confirmation by Carbon Neutral Britain that Kite has offset carbon emissions for the current year.
UCC Coffee, the world’s 5th largest global coffee company, has today announced the launch of their e-commerce website, UCC Direct, which allows small businesses and consumers alike to purchase a large range of UCC branded coffee, hot beverages, and side products in bulk.
-Boosting efficiencies, and creating an unobtrusive check-out experience-
Staying competitive in hospitality and retail means juggling lots of demands including keeping on top of rising prices, reducing costs and managing inventory. In a market where inflation is rising, adopting technologies that provide the tools to gain competitive edge is one way to manage costs, satisfy customers and boost profits.
Callebaut’s Chocolate AcademyTM is launching Future of Foodservice next month, a campaign designed to help operators grow their businesses following the challenges of the pandemic. The campaign will include a series of six detailed reports focused on major topics operators will have to tackle by 2025.
Takeaway food packaging has a bad reputation of excess and negative environmental impact. Kite Packaging www.kitepackaging.co.uk resolved to change this with their range of eco-conscious food packaging solutions; their latest addition being their compostable greaseproof paper.
TikTok’s army of fans will be delighted as Social Shakes, the brand-new ice cream shake bar set to open its first store in Lakeside Shopping Centre, announces it’ll recruit its entire team through a week-long open audition on the social media platform – starting 22nd June.
With the hospitality sector set to re-open, and the café and coffee shop sector in particular seeking to make the most of outdoor and takeaway opportunities, it’s more important than ever before to make sure that you have a stand-out tea offering, emphasise the sector’s suppliers.
After a testing year for a UK café sector now planning its re-opening, Café Life caught up with Lincoln and York’s CEO, James Sweeting (pictured), on a range of topics, the company having recently unveiled their investment in a new packaging line, while, like most other enterprises large and small, negotiating the effects of Brexit and Covid.
Now more than ever, as the world emerges from COVID-inspired lockdown, food truck owners need solid, smart marketing to entice customers to resume food-truck dining at large. As you take this unprecedented opportunity to get back out there and claim your corner of the market, literally and figuratively, implement as many of the following pivotal tips to rope in those customers and keep them coming back for more.
The Ice Cream Alliance (ICA), the UK’s trade association for the ice cream sector, is mobilising its members, the wider industry and other parts of the hospitality sector to promote their products to all those holidaying in the country this summer. The campaign is called the Great British Ice Cream Staycation and is encouraging businesses of all types and sizes to get involved. A free, downloadable DIY Marketing Toolkit is available now at www.ice-cream.org/webform/great-british-ice-cream-staycation
Owners of ice cream parlours, cafes, food service, doughnut shops and small independent bakeries can now turn to Bling for exciting ingredients that will take desserts to the next level, thanks to the launch of a new website that will make sweet dreams become a reality.
UK in-cup drinks specialist Brupac has moved over to using Greiner Packaging’s K3® cardboard-plastic packaging solution for its 12oz in-cup drinks range.
Brupac Drinks & Machine Company Director Tim Worthington talks about why the change was made and the advantages it brings.
Quality disposables manufacturer and supplier, Herald has launched a selection of 100 per cent compostable hot cups as part of its environmentally-friendly range – with both double and ripple wall options.
Following the announcement of the third lockdown and the rollout of the vaccine, the UK Food & Drink Shows comprising Food & Drink Expo, Farm Shop & Deli Show, The Ingredients Show, Foodex, National Convenience Show and The Forecourt Show have been postponed until 5-7 July 2021.
Herald has reinforced its business development team with two key appointments, marking a period of substantial growth. Experienced managers, Sarah Warn and Shelley Cruz have joined the manufacturer and importer of high quality disposables with the brief to drive new business and forge new links across all sectors, while supporting the efforts of the current sales team.
“It’s not the size of the dog in the fight, it’s the size of the fight in the dog.” Mark Twain
Adrian Kilby, creative director of the Formation Creative Consultants, has overseen his branding agency through many a crisis over the last 26 years and knows now is not the time for navel gazing or self-pity...
Scott Oakes is commercial manager for St. Pierre, a UK-based European bakery brand. Here he talks about the impact of coronavirus on the food to go category, how it has shaped new product development, and how cafés can drive impulse purchases in these challenging times.
It might be UK Coffee Week, but it’s not all about the coffee… as the creamiest, most frothable soy milk on the market, Bonsoy is the Barista’s choice of soy milk this week. But don’t take our word for it. Having first come across Bonsoy in Australia nine years ago, Ariana Huecherig from Perky Blenders in London has never looked back:
Cllr Dr Paul John Birch J.P. is mentioned in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list. He is to be awarded The British Empire Medal by Her Majesty the Queen. His name appears in this weekend’s publication of the London Gazette. He is being recognised with the medal for his work in the Community*, alongside his work in Fairtrade**.