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Hotelympia: CESA initiatives promote business at the show

3 November 2017

Branding for catering equipment section and new app will help visitors and suppliers Hotelympia 2018 sees two initiatives developed by CESA to help foodservice operators and equipment suppliers make the most of the show’s potential. The equipment area at Hotelympia will have its own area – The Professional Kitchen Show – which CESA has helped the show organisers, Montgomery, to develop. “The branding better reflects the dynamism and innovation of the equipment sector,” says John Whitehouse, who is both vice...

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The Northgate’s Precision fridges help deliver a ‘great experience’

19 September 2017

The Chestnut Group aims to ‘bring a bit of Soho House to Bury’ “The defining pillars of The Chestnut Group are fantastic service, stylish interiors, and great food – and all of that should be synonymous with a great experience.  To deliver that, the kitchen and backbar equipment are very, very important.”  So says Philip Turner, founder of The Chestnut Group, a fast-expanding chain of hostelries based in East Anglia.  The Group uses Precision for its kitchen and backbar refrigeration...

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Northern Ireland Food Waste: dewaterer systems given green light

18 September 2017

CESA successfully lobbies NIEA Foodservice businesses in Northern Ireland are now required to collect their food waste separately. The regulations have been developed by The Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA). As part of the initiative, the Agency had been considering banning food waste dewatering systems. However, following discussions between CESA and NIEA, the Agency re-examined the issue of dewaterers and they will now be permitted in the Province. “This is good news for both catering operators and suppliers of dewatering...

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PFS: attracting, retaining and training staff – CESA maps out the fundamentals

12 September 2017

New training initiative explains Principles of Food Service to newcomers to the industry The catering industry is suffering from a skills shortage and the need to recruit more staff.  Brexit is likely to increase this pressure.  What’s needed is a way to encourage people to enter the industry and, once here, to quickly pick up the basics and build a career.  That’s why CESA has launched the Principles of Food Service (PFS) training initiative.  It aims to give newcomers the...

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BSI honours the man who set standards in catering equipment

22 August 2017

CESA’s technical consultant, Bryan Whittaker, receives BSI Distinguished Service award Bryan Whittaker MBE, CESA’s technical consultant, has been honoured by the British Standards Institute (BSI) with a Distinguished Service Certificate.  The award is a reward for decades of dedicated and professional service, especially in relation to establishing standards in line with EU directives.

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