A stark warning of things to come if we don’t take collective steps! Read the full article from CNBC’s Huileng Tan, published on Monday 30th March: https://tinyurl.com/s5dfee5Read More about Coronavirus: Food crisis looms as farms idle and countries hoard supplies
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Back in 2009 I found myself agreeing to ride a motorcycle along Route 66 in order to raise funds for British military charities. Little did I realise that the journey was to become the start of a life-changing experience...Read more
Another unique dish created especially for Charlie from Sutton. Charlie from Sutton (31.03.20) Challenge a chef today for your bespoke recipe: firstname.lastname@example.orgRead More about Charlie from Sutton Challenged a Chef!
Do you have a 3D printer that is gathering dust during lockdown? You can volunteer it today and help the NHS. The National 3D Printing Society has partnered with Medical Supply Drive UK, a non-profit organisation that is run by volunteer NHS doctors, medical students and individuals that are concerned about the safety of NHS […]Read More about Volunteer your 3D printer/courier services
One of our first happy challengers. Gary from Gloucestershire sent his ingredients, and now has two fantastic recipes to make, plus a method for homemade butter! Read how here: Gary from Gloucestershire (30.03.20)Read More about Gary from Gloucestershire Challenged a Chef!
There has been a fresh warning of an influx of food waste due to panic buying! Don’t waste what you have in your cupboards. Send your list of ingredients to us, and we will tell you what to make: email@example.comRead More about Don’t Waste Food! Challenge A Chef!
More than 1.3m children eligible for free school meals will benefit from a national voucher scheme allowing them to continue to access meals while they stay at home. Read the full article by David Foad of Public Sector Catering: https://tinyurl.com/vz6pccmRead More about Free (Home) School Meals
We have today launched our Challenge a Chef initiative into the press, in the South West, Sussex, the North of England and national outlets. Watch this space … If you would like any further information, just give us a call: 01453 765 643Read More about Challenge a chef: MYA issue positive press release
All of our team are volunteering their time to help in the fight against COVID-19. We are supporting the NHS, the Blood Bikers, our local communities, and the government’s #stayathome policy with our Challenge a Chef initiative.Read More about MYA: Volunteering to make a difference
Rod Addy of foodmanufacture.co.uk has written a comprehensive article on the economic impacts of the recent COVID-19 outbreak, detailing some of the ways in which the food industry is tackling the issues. Read the full article here, originally published 20th March 2020: https://tinyurl.com/r5jcuclRead More about Coronavirus economic impact offset by food industry initiatives
We are likely to experience volatility in the commodity market for some time to come. For specialist procurement advice please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org | +44 (0) 1453 765 643 Read Suzie Horne’s full article here, published in Farmers Weekly on 26th March 2020: https://tinyurl.com/w3auxjxRead More about Wheat price rises in nervous market – Farmers Weekly
Carla and her team have broad experience in the industry. Apart from being very supportive in inventing (new) concepts, they also make use of their many years of experience when implementing these concepts. Their ultimate goal is to let people enjoy honest and good food.
Carla and her team worked tirelessly with us to ensure our very international and cross-cultural needs were met with great creativity and skill. They listened to us, responded to our needs and delivered above expectations.
They are brave enough to challenge others in pursuit of the ultimate solution, whether it be behind the scenes with kitchen flow and catering management, or front-of-house service and design.
If all companies who serve the independent school sector had your breadth of vision and openness of mind, I have little doubt that the sector would be a richer and more exciting place to be.
During the negotiation process, Carla’s knowledge and expertise enabled our company to achieve a very strong commercial outcome, and some significant savings were yielded from the exercise.