Cambridge Regional College is Catering College of the Year in the Public Sector Catering Awards 2020

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Private Chefs Nicholas Chew And Leonard Cheung On The Rise Of Luxury Catering

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Just because restaurants were closed for dine-in last month, doesn’t mean Hong Kong’s one percenters were forced to slave over a stove for dinner. Trust the Tatler community to find a way to bring their favourite fine dining feasts into the comfort of their Peak, Repulse Bay and Stanley mansions and prevent the pandemic getting in the way of restaurant-grade gastronomy.

At-home luxury catering is on the rise—just look at Eleanor Lam, who flooded her Instagram feed with pictures of decadent meals prepared by the Ocean Park Marriott hotel team. Or Feiping Chang, who had the chefs from Sushi Saito at the Four Seasons hotel prepare an omakase dining experience in her kitchen.

When money is no object, hiring the very best in the business is easy as pie. “I cater for a lot of high-profile Hong Kong socialites, business executives and singers. Some are VIP clients from

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‘We have provided electricity to every home, aren’t we catering to all castes and religions’: Bihar BJP in-charge

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As the BJP campaign kicks off in Bihar, Bhupendra Yadav, Bihar BJP in-charge, talks to The Indian Express about the party’s position on the LJP, dismisses reports of distrust with JD(U), and insists the party is not following the Maharashtra Model in Bihar

How will the BJP convince voters that the LJP is not working on its behalf to damage JD(U)’s chances in some constituencies?

We have already expelled nine BJP rebel leaders who were contesting (against NDA candidates) on Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) ticket. Also, soon there will be several joint rallies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. Besides, leaders from both the parties will campaign together.

But there have been reports about growing distrust between JD(U) and BJP workers on the ground…

We have already sent out a strong message to our workers. We have been working

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Online reinvention for &munch has highlighted public appetite for events catering

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Of all the businesses affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, the events industry has been one of those hit hardest. 

The thought of having thousands of people crowded into small spaces or singing along to live music feels a million miles away from our current world of social distancing and household bubbles. 

What’s more, these kind of large-scale events are likely to be the last area of society to re-open when the Covid-19 crisis eventually eases. But what do you do if your entire business is based around catering at events?

In the case of Vanessa Gilpin, the 30-year-old director of catering business ‘&munch’, the challenges posed by lockdown didn’t slow down her ambition.

She used the lack of event bookings to dedicate her time to the rebrand of her business (formerly known as strEAT events) and the launch of a new digital platform that will allow people to connect with

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Aviation Catering Market 2020- Global Industry Analysis, Key

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Global Info Research has recently published a report, titled [Global Aviation Catering Market 2020 by Company, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025]. The research report provides an in-depth explanation of the various factors that are likely to drive the market. It discusses the future of the market by studying the historical details. Analysts have studied the ever-changing market dynamics to evaluate their impact on the overall market. In addition, the report also discusses the segments present in the market. Primary and secondary research methodologies have been used to provide the readers with an accurate and precise understanding of the overall Aviation Catering market. Analysts have also given readers an unbiased opinion about the direction companies will take during the forecast period.

The research report also includes the global market figures that provide historical data as well as estimated figures. It gives a clear picture of the growth rate of

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Suffolk Catering Hall Fined $12K After ‘Super-Spreader’ Sweet 16

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MILLER PLACE, NY — A Sweet 16 that led to 37 coronavirus cases and a total of 81 guests quarantined — the event also led to closure of a local high school — is now considered Suffolk County’s first “super spreader” event, County Executive Steve Bellone said Tuesday.

The “specific incident” also led to the “first enforcement action” that Suffolk County has taken, Bellone said. The party was held at the Miller Place Inn on Sept. 25, with the first positive case reported on Sept. 30.

On Oct. 10, the catering hall on North County Road was served with a notice of formal violation by the Suffolk County Health Department; the business was asked to respond to several charges for COVID-19 violations. The business was fined $10,000 for violating New York State Executive orders and orders of the public health law; a $2,000 fine was also given for violations of

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Driverless ride-hailing service Waymo will start catering to public in Phoenix

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While Tesla and other automobile companies have been making strides in autonomous driving, the technology has not really been widespread, mostly because not all of us can afford a self driving car. However, it looks like we won’t have to live long enough to get a taste of this tech. Alphabet-owned Waymo, has announced that it will open access to its self driving ride hailing service to the residents of Phoenix, Arizona.

The company, a subsidiary of Alphabet Inc., had been running trials of its self-driving taxi service in the city before COVID-19 struck.

John Krafcik, CEO of Waymo said, “It’s a really, really big deal, we think, for us, and for the world”. Due to the outbreak of the pandemic, Waymo had to pause the trial of its service in Phoenix to around 1,500 Waymo One customers. But now, starting immediately, these customers can continue using the ‘rider only’

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Catering Services Market will Showcase Negative Impact during 2020-2024 | Increasing Popularity of Online Catering to Boost the Market Growth | Technavio

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LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Technavio has been monitoring the catering services market and it is poised to grow by USD 187.56 bn during 2020-2024, progressing at a CAGR of about 6% during the forecast period. The report offers an up-to-date analysis regarding the current market scenario, latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment.

Although the COVID-19 pandemic continues to transform the growth of various industries, the immediate impact of the outbreak is varied. While a few industries will register a drop in demand, numerous others will continue to remain unscathed and show promising growth opportunities. Technavio’s in-depth research has all your needs covered as our research reports include all foreseeable market scenarios, including pre- & post-COVID-19 analysis. We offer $1000 worth of FREE customization

The market is fragmented, and the degree of fragmentation will accelerate during the forecast period. Aramark, bartlett mitchel Ltd., Compass Group Plc, Delware North Companies

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In a year of canceled events, what’s a catering company to do? Pivot, with tacos – Food and Dining – Austin 360

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In March, a local catering company called La Pera had 137 employees, some contract or part time, to help them serve food at the kind of parties and events that are a cornerstone of Austin’s social scene. Weddings and anniversaries, product launches, tasting events, conferences, corporate parties.

Seven months into the coronavirus pandemic, they have seven.

“There were days when we needed 75 people on staff, and now maybe we need four,” says co-owner Bethany DiBaggio.

Although she and her partner Rafael Rodriguez hope to eventually hire some of those employees back when Austin’s large-scale events return, a marker of normalcy that could be more than a year away, they aren’t going to sit around and hope the phone rings.

DiBaggio and Rodriguez opened La Pera in 2017 after meeting a few years earlier through the food scene. Rodriguez, a McAllen native whose family is from Guadalajara, had left the

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Reading College Hospitality and Catering students take part in a live radio broadcast

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PROFESSIONAL Culinary Arts students from Reading College appeared in a live radio broadcast on Saturday, October 3.

The broadcast by RG2 Radio took place from 12-2.30pm at the King’s Road campus as part of the annual Reading Town Meal.

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Three professional culinary arts students recreated the dishes from recipes they designed for the Reading Town Meal website and were interviewed about their dishes by the radio presenter.

The students have been busy from the start of term designing free recipes and resources for the Reading Town Meal website.

They learnt about sustainability and what it really means to individuals, the local community and the planet, from locally grown produce to packaging and low carbon food production, animal welfare, public health and land use.

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