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FSA to spare inspections for low-risk foodservice businesses

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has set out a new approach to enforcing food regulation that will place more onus on businesses to ensure…

PCA – Pubs Code will ‘come into its own in second year’, updated figures to be published on Wednesday

Pubs Code Adjudicator (PCA) Paul Newby has said he is convinced the Pubs Code will come into its own in its second year of operation as …

Trade bodies unite to issue wage warning

Trade bodies have highlighted increasing costs that threaten to undermine further investment in the sector.

The Association of Licensed…

CAMRA calls for ‘change of approach’ on Pubs Code

Ministers must act to deliver a change of approach from the Pubs Code Adjudicator following 12 months of confusion and delay, the Campaign…

Parliamentary Pub Chef of the Year competition launches

The British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA) and the All Party Parliamentary Beer Group have launched this year’s Parliamentary…

BBPA publishes updated guide on drugs and pubs

The British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA) has published an updated guide for licensees on the laws surrounding drugs.

“Drugs…

UK food and drink supply chain industry outlines Brexit priorities

A joint letter has been sent to MPs by trade bodies in the UK food and drinks supply chain outlining ten key priorities for Brexit negotiations…

Number of consumers using contactless payment for lunch worth £5 or less rises 300%

The number of consumers using contactless payment for lunch worth £5 or less has risen by 300% in the past year, according to new research.…

Pubs sector joins forces to demand business rates reform

A coalition of consumers, pub owners, operators and brewers has written to the secretary of state for communities and local government…

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