Monday, March 25, 2019

A cool approach can heat up sales

The right back-bar fridge is necessary for venues to meet customer expectations, firms say.

Introducing a hot commodity

There is room for growth in on-trade tea and coffee, firms say Hot beverages have become a more important product for the licensed trade in...

Chef’s special with Federico Volpi

Head chef Michaelangelo’s, Clarkston michaelangelosglasgow.co.uk Located in Clarkston on Glasgow’s south side, Michaelangelo’s is the successor to Roma Mia, which traded for 16 years in nearby Pollokshields. The...

Negotiate for festive prices

Good value is key this Christmas, new report says Negotiating on price when ordering seasonal produce could pay dividends for operators this Christmas, a new...

Frying high

UK catering equipment manufacturer Lincat has taken on full responsibility for the design, manufacture, technical support, sales and marketing of FriFri high specification electric...

Machine aims to ease the pressure

A NEW Italian coffee machine is being marketed as an ideal fit for busy pubs. The ‘bean to cup’ Gaggia Concetto has been designed to...

Quarter century of success at Highland hotel

WHEN Karen Allan started waitressing at a hotel in the north east in the mid 1980s, she could hardly have known that it was...

Firm sees growth after foodservice expansion

Expansion into the foodservice sector has helped a family-owned business in Stornoway to double its sales for the third consecutive year. Stag Bakeries last year developed...

Look to the locals

Scottish produce can help grow sales and offer a point of difference, say food supplier

Dishes that still fry high on pub menus

Fried food remains popular in venues, but the right oil and equipment is essential.