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Only A Pavement Away calls for food donations

Only A Pavement Away, the hospitality industry charity that supports the homeless, ex-offenders and vulnerable veterans with jobs in hospitality, is calling on the industry for food and catering support.

500,000 free meals to reach NHS workers via Deliveroo

Deliveroo is aiming to make 500,000 meals available for free to NHS workers, having also received 350,000 donated meals from restaurants.

New jobs hub opens to support hospitality workers

A new jobs hub has been created by UKHospitality, Caterer.com and Hospitality Action, featuring thousands of short-term roles in other sectors aimed at helping hospitality workers back into paid roles after losing their jobs in the Covid-19 pandemic.

Will Brits return to the high street after Covid-19?

The NPD Group has published findings from its Covid-19 British Foodservice Sentiment Tracker, revealing a quarter of respondents intend on eating out more often than they did before the pandemic, once it has subsided.

Carluccio's enters administration, risking 2,000 jobs

Italian restaurant group Carluccio’s has entered administration, with administrators FRP Advisory planning to use the government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme to furlough most of its 2,000 employees while future avenues are considered.

The SRA to host delivery webinar on 1 April

The Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA) is to host a webinar designed to help operators set up a safe and sustainable delivery model.

Yard Sale Pizza raises £10k for NHS fund

Yard Sale Pizza, which launched a NHS fund on 27 March, has already raised £10,000 via its online donation page.

Hospitality Action updates sector on emergency fund

Mark Lewis, CEO of charity Hospitality Action, has written to the sector with an update on its emergency fund set up to support hospitality workers during the Covid-19 crisis.

New takeaways: how to adapt your business

Sarah Taylor is a content author at High Speed Training, the specialist online training provider to the hospitality sector. Here, she advises restaurants, pubs and cafes on how they can adapt their business for delivery services in response to government guidelines.

This year's Casual Dining Show is cancelled

The company that runs industry events Casual Dining Show and Commercial Kitchen, Diversified Communications UK, has confirmed that both shows that were due to place in July have been cancelled.

Ctrl + Alt + Meat

Rosanna Spence delves into the world of meatless mavericks to find out what makes consumers tick when it comes to making plant-based choices

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