CIS Excellence Business Innovation Award sponsors, Bidvest Foodservice Scotland, have announced a supplier partnership with the UK’s first dedicated gluten-free microbrewery. Edinburgh-based Bellfield Brewery has calitalised on the rapid growth
- Give a Little This Christmas – But Only If It’s Legal! Many businesses like to be generous with customers and suppliers to demonstrate their gratitude at Christmas time. However, few recognise the danger of breaking new anti-bribery laws. With catering , tourism...
- Brakes Scotland Launches Craft Ales & Spirits Collection for Foodservice Sector CIS Excellence Awards Young Chef of the Year sponsor, Brakes Scotland, has launched a range of craft beers, ciders and gin to encourage caterers to bring local flavours to festive...
- ScotHot 2017: Scottish Culinary Championships Update ScotHot 2017 will incorporate the Scottish Culinary Championships, sponsored by Compass Group, which will showcase the culinary talent across the Scottish foodservice industry. Launched on 7th November, the competition programme coincided...
- Brakes Scotland Partners with Lactallis McLelland CIS Excellence Young Chef of the Year Award sponsor, Brakes Scotland, has partnered with an Ayrshire cheese producer to emphasize the company’s regional sourcing philosophy. Lactalis McLelland, one of the town’s largest...
Cuisinequip has launched the complete 700 Series of induction cooking solutions from German manufacturer, Locher. With a portfolio including free-standing induction hobs, four- and six-ring ranges, bratt pans and griddles,
A new cookbook has been launched by Glasgow chef-restaurateur Derek Marshall. According to its publishers, ‘Gamba – A Seafood Cookbook’ showcases many of the acclaimed chef’s most popular dishes alongside new interpretations
An employee of the CIS Excellence Award-winning Gleneagles Hotel has been shortlisted for a top hospitality award. Cameron Baxter, 20, a receptionist at the iconic Perthshire hotel, will be one of seven
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CIS Excellence Awards Young Chef of the Year sponsor, Brakes Scotland, has launched a range of craft beers, ciders and gin to encourage caterers to bring local flavours to festive
Last November, Food Standards Scotland published a range of healthy catering sheets, with advice and guidance for small- to medium-sized caterers on how to make menus healthier. CateringScotland.com introduces the FSS guide