Blakemore Foodservice has launched a brand new click & collect service at its Darlaston distribution centre to serve people in the West Midlands.
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Subway stores throughout the UK and Ireland are helping to keep thousands of NHS, emergency service and care home staff fed during the Covid-19 pandemic. Since the temporary closure of Subway stores, in support of social distancing, over 250,000 Subs,
KellyDeli, owner of the international sushi franchise Sushi Daily, has donated 30,000 products to charitable food distributor FareShare.
Colliers International launches free real estate helpdesk to support London’s hospitality and lesiure businesses and landlords during Covid-19 pandemic
Colliers International has launched a free helpdesk to provide London’s independent restaurant, retail, and leisure companies with specialist real estate advice during the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly those who may not have easy access to the high level professional advice available
It’s predicted that as many as a million local businesses may not survive a four-week-long coronavirus lockdown. As the isolation period stretches onwards, many formerly profitable restaurants, shops and other local businesses fear they may never re-open their doors.
A global leader in background screening services, Sterling, is delighted to announce a landmark partnership with Costa Coffee to provide its ‘ID as a service’ product to support the company’s Right to Work process.
Naturally Fast Food chain LEON has today launched Feed Britain, a new online delivery service that providescustomers fresh grocery essentials and restaurant quality ready meals, whilst also giving a helping hand to the catering industry.
Following the news announced today that popular chain of Italian restaurants Carluccio’s has collapsed into administration, putting 2,000 jobs at risk following challenging trading conditions worsened by the Coronavirus crisis, Andy Barr, a retail expert and co-founder of online price
itsu to reopen kitchens for founder and volunteers to provide thousands of hot, healthy meals to London hospitals
Having already donated £15,000 worth of food to NHS 20 hospitals including UCLH and St Thomas’, itsu has been working hard behind the scenes to reopen select kitchens exclusively for staff volunteers to create more free meals for hard working NHS staff.
Naturally Fast Food brand LEON has ramped up its ongoing support of the NHS during the Covid-19 crisis, by today launching FeedNHS, alongside actors Damian Lewis, Helen McCrory and fellow actor and comedian Matt Lucas.
Today, tastecard the UK’s largest diners’ club, launches its ‘Staying in with tastecard’ digital hub, a new platform created in response to Coronavirus. Restaurant partners, who are now providing delivery and collection services, will be available to existing and new
UK officials have now announced the closure of pubs, cafes and restaurants, which will force many to now operate as takeaway only. Yet not every business is able to adapt to this so rapidly.
Subway has taken the decision to authorise all franchise owners to temporarily close all their stores in the UK and Ireland, from 5pm today, Monday 23 March. Colin Hughes, country director UK & Ireland, said: "At Subway, we’ve been doing all
Itsu, the Asian-inspired food brand founded and run by Julian Metcalfe, OBE, has today announced that following government advice on COVID-19 it will be closing all its restaurants until further notice. It will also be ceasing deliveries as this relies
Uber Eats has announced a range of initiatives in the UK to support independent restaurant owners and operators facing unprecedented challenges amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Greggs is offering free hot drinks to all emergency service personnel and health and social care workers on presentation of their work pass.
KellyDeli, owner of the well-known Sushi Daily brand, is offering free Netflix and Deliveroo Plus subscriptions to its employees to support them as they work from home during the coronavirus pandemic.
Independent London food businesses unite to launch The Crosstown Collective to deliver boxes of fresh food and drinks across the city
Today, the founders of Crosstown Doughnuts, Millers Bespoke Bakery and The Estate Dairy announce the launch of The Crosstown Collective, a collaboration between some of London’s most respected independent food suppliers, to deliver boxes of fresh food and drinks across
Naturally Fast Food brand LEON is supporting NHS staff who are working tirelessly during the current crisis, by offering a 50% discount and supporting people who work in hospitals near to LEON restaurants with free food deliveries.
Following the announcement that pubs can operate as takeaways during the COVID-19 pandemic (https://www.gov.uk/government/news/government-to-grant-permission-for-pubs-and-restaurants-to-operate-as-takeaways-as-part-of-coronavirus-response), please find below a comment from CAMRA National Chairman Nik Antona: “We welcome any relaxation of regulations that will give pubs the best chance to survive
As Brits start to work from home and food shopping is getting harder, food delivery is becoming a saving grace but it can start getting pricey - especially when it’s the week before pay day.
tastecard, the world’s largest diners’ club, has today confirmed British burger chain, Byron, has joined their platform, offering customers 2 for 1 on all meals across 49 sites within the UK.
Violife, the leading alternative to cheese in the UK, continues its food service expansion with its latest product innovation in partnership with Pizza Hut Restaurants - the new Vegan Stuffed Crust Pizza.
M&G Real Estate and intu, joint owners of Manchester Arndale, have announced that PizzaLuxe will be joining the line-up at the centre’s casual dining destination, Halle Place. The popular pizza restaurant has agreed a 2,000 sq ft location on a
Since its relaunch and name change in early January, Listo Burrito, formerly known as “Changos Burrito” is back in business – reporting bumper sales as diners clamour for the humble Mexican wrap. January sales were up five percent year-on-year with