Food | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 10

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Biting into big sales

Operators can boost revenues by getting snacks right, say suppliers THE pint of lager and packet of crisps has long been a pub staple, but with more and more …

A full-throttle year for firm

KP Snacks has had an eventful year so far, with new websites and products introduced across several of its brands. McCoy’s Thick Cut are described by KP as a …

Scots chef and lecturer takes industry accolade

A chef and professional cookery lecturer has become the first Scottish college lecturer to win a Catey Award. Willie McCurrach, curriculum head for food at …

Dealing with a skills shortage

Pubco launches first food training workshop for bar staff STAR Pubs & Bars has launched a series of free training workshops to help its tenants meet what …

What foods go best with beer?

Different flavours pair better with different styles When it comes to the perfect accompaniment for a cold beer, it’s hard to look past the traditional bag …

Making a list and checking it twice

Operators can get ahead of the game by preparing early, firms say THERE’S still a few weeks of summer – and the chance of some more decent weather – …

East Lothian eatery gets ops director

EAST Lothian restaurant and café Archerfield Walled Garden has a new director of operations. Ross McGregor, who has worked in the hospitality industry for …

The heat is on for publicans

Trade can cash in on hot beverage demand THE pint is undoubtedly a staple drink of the pub, but as the trade has changed over the years so has its customers, …

Don’t go it alone

Operators can draw on supplier expertise WHILE regular cleaning of a commercial microwave should be a standard part of any kitchen routine, keeping the …

Let’s take it outside

DESPITE weather that’s unpredictable, to say the least, outdoor dining represents a major opportunity for the UK on-trade. A recent report from catering …

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