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The Beaver: Street food success
The Beaver: Street food success

The Beaver looks at what makes our fast, fresh and informal street food scene continue to thrive.

Street food focus: The Street Food Chef
Street food focus: The Street Food Chef

Henry Norman samples the most hyped dishes on the high street – are they more than just a flash in the pan?

Whitbread agrees to sell Costa to Coca-Cola
Whitbread agrees to sell Costa to Coca-Cola

Whitbread PLC has announced that it has entered into an agreement to sell Costa Limited to The Coca-Cola Company for an enterprise value of £3.9bn.

National Breakfast Awards
National Breakfast Awards

We speak to finalist Stefano Turconi of Franco’s, one of London’s original Italian restaurants.

Market insight: Bagels at breakfast
Market insight: Bagels at breakfast

New research from New York Bakery Co, and testimony from Caffe Nero, has found that millennials and generation Z favour the American treat first thing.

Legal: Key contract considerations for app development
Legal: Key contract considerations for app development

Quick service restaurants and food-to-go businesses require, by their nature, easy accessibility and fast service to ensure they stand out in a crowded market.

Operator profile – Sandwich bar: Net profits
Operator profile – Sandwich bar: Net profits

Owner Wayne Chadwick tells Henry Norman how his small, family-owned York Roast Co business has changed since its YorkyPud wraps went viral last year.

What are the truly essential trends to track?
What are the truly essential trends to track?

BITES Live, the brand new conference for dynamic operators, will showcase exclusive findings around high street trends from some of the most experienced data and insight professionals in the country.

From the front line: It’s all about (your) people
From the front line: It’s all about (your) people

Your employees are essential to the smooth running of an efficient operation, says Rob Kelly, owner of the award-winning Tried & True.

Operator profile – Fast casual: Cashless carvery
Operator profile – Fast casual: Cashless carvery

London-based Carve wants to kill the lunchtime sandwich, COO Sebastian Ross tells Esther Anyakwo.

Putting Nepal on the world map of coffee
Putting Nepal on the world map of coffee

Martyn Herriott, head of training for the BSA, tells us about the establishment of the British Coffee School in Kathmandu.

The big issue: Let them eat cake?
The big issue: Let them eat cake?

Unhealthy fast food joints are proliferating in the poorest areas of Britain, but restricting or attempting to ban them will only make matters worse, argues Jane Renton.

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