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Fizz Sales Hit a Record High in 2018


Sales of sparkling wine and Champagne, combined, reached a record high this year when Brits bought almost £2.2 billion worth of fizz. The Wine and Spirit Trade Association’s latest market report shows that almost 165 million bottles of sparkling wine ...

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Community Focus Key to High Street Success

Responding to the publication of the Government’s High Street Report authored by Sir John Timpson, Mike Cherry, FSB National Chairman, said: “Our local high streets have been in the spotlight more than ever this year, with an increasing number of empty ...

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First Annual Chinese Restaurant Awards Winners Announced

Popular eatery, Szechuan Kitchen in Southampton won the Best in the South West accolade at the inaugural Chinese Restaurant and Takeaway Awards (CRTA), which took place on Sunday 23rd December at the Hilton London Heathrow. The awards were held to highlight the culinary flair and influence of the UK’s Chinese food industry. ...

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Main Course Meals face “Calorie Cap”

Main courses in the hospitality sector could be limited to 951 calories under draft proposals from Public Health England. The proposal, following discussions with industry bodies, could see restaurants, hotels, pubs,cafes and takeaways forced to limit the calorie content of ...

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UKHospitality Response to The High Street Report


UKHospitality today commented on the publication of The High Street Expert Panel’s Report. Kate Nicholls, UKHospitality CEO and Great British High Streets Awards judge said: “Today’s report sets out a positive agenda for promoting the value of high streets, to ...

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