Day: 17 June 2015

Go nuts and make a fuss of your KP

By Paul Crowley, Marketing Development Manager, Winterhalter Imagine a day without a kitchen porter? It’s a serious question. After they’ve stopped laughing, leading chefs from around the country will give responses like – “It wouldn’t be very pleasant”, “Chaos, a blinking mess”, “I’d rather not”, “It’s no fun, it puts you all in the Sh*t!”. …

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To cull or not to cull: Itis not all black and white

By Alyson Parkes, SRA Operations Team Baited, persecuted, and now culled: the history of the badger is not a particularly happy one, especially when the spread of bovine Tuberculosis (bTB) is bought into the equation. Bovine Tuberculosis; an infectious disease mainly found in cattle but spread amongst other mammals by one very unfortunate creature: the …

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School Food Plan celebrates success and looks to future

  When Henry Dimbleby and John Vincent were asked by the Government to lead a review of school food, they agreed on one condition: that they could publish an actual “plan”, with agreed actions, budgets, timescales and named people responsible for the plan’s implementation. A plan of agreed actions to improve the health, wellbeing and …

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