Innovation

Better Hospitality Conference: the best bits

The recent Better Hospitality Conference curated by supplier member Tried & Supplied brought together some of the most engaging, experienced and inspiring minds of the industry. Two packed days of webinars, workshops and panel sessions offered a ton of opportunities to harvest ideas and wisdom from the best in the business. Our team listened in …

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Taking the purpose pulse

Restore our Earth. That’s the strapline for today – Earth Day, the day we’ve chosen to launch The Hospitality Purpose Pulse Survey, to better understand the status of purpose in our extraordinary industry, as we all work towards a better food future. The years 2020 and 2021 will be remembered not just for the obvious …

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EATDRINKSLEEP serving up Covid security… safely

By Andrea Worrall, Business Development Consultant, Purazine Last Summer, during the Eat Out to Help Out month, venues around the country proved that they can operate in a Covid secure way; but as they prepare for reopening post lockdown on 12 April, what is their long term strategy for keeping their clients virus free without …

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SRA becomes official Knowledge Partner for the HRC Connects platform

By Tom Tanner, PR Manager, Sustainable Restaurant Association In March 2020, we welcomed hundreds of foodservice professionals to Sustainable Hospitality 2020: Food Made Good with the SRA at HRC in London’s ExCeL. Just weeks after hosting our discussions on food waste, workshops on eliminating single-use plastic and interactive sessions on reducing carbon on menus, that vast conference space was transformed into a Nightingale …

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Reducing waste, reinventing recycling

By Will Keer, Business Director, SWRnewstar Last week the government launched consultations on two policies designed to reduce waste and reinvent recycling in the UK. Focussed on packaging, both policies will boost the shift to a circular economy by changing the current production and recycling system: Deposit Return Scheme (DRS) covers drinks containers Extended Producer …

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Putting plastic out of place in the kitchen

By Jack Feeny – No Mise En Plastic – a free resource putting plastic out of place in the kitchen. Like many chefs before me, I was taken aback by the waste I saw on a daily basis coming out of kitchens I worked in. After burning through hundreds of portion bags and roll after …

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Your water matters: Three top tips for saving water

By James Sampson, Partnerships Director, Inspired Energy Water is often referred to as ‘the forgotten utility’. While many large businesses are clearly focussed on their comprehensive energy strategies, it seems many are yet to implement a strategy around managing their water usage. Without a water management strategy, many businesses don’t realise when they have a …

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Fit-outs fit for the future and your finances

By David Chenery, Founder of Object Space Place When it comes to the design of a restaurant, doing it sustainably and saving money do not always go hand in hand. On the equipment side, more energy efficient kit often has a higher upfront cost (although there looks to be an increasingly good second-hand market being …

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Save your energy for a greener year

By Robert Cheesewright, Director of Communications at Smart Energy GB With restaurants across the UK coping with the impact of the pandemic, reaching the moment that operation can resume at capacity is a work in progress for many people. But with financial matters likely to take priority, it’s important efforts to be sustainable remain on …

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