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How You Can Buy Food for Your Home on a Budget

When you are hoping to buy food for your home, it can cost a lot of money and this is because you will need to make sure you can feed everyone you live with. With so much food to buy, you might be looking to set budgets to save some money but how can you …

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The Athenian Introduces New Eat Like A Greek Campaign With Violife

The Athenian has launched a new campaign to encourage hungry Londoners to Eat Like A Greek. Any Greek street food aficionado knows that Greeks can never resist a second souvlaki, so The Athenian is offering two mini souvlakis for the price of one. In addition, The Athenian has teamed up with …

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Kuala Lumpur as a Family: The Best Places to Go

When you are travelling anywhere as a family it’s not just about ensuring the kids are happy but it’s about making sure that everybody has a great experience. And this is harder than you think. But from the perspective of any parent, fun should be the overriding goal. But when you are travelling …

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Every Successful Chef Needs These 5 Things

Long hours, hot kitchens, and tight deadlines. The life of a chef is anything but easy. The good news is that there are some things that can help lighten the load of the overworked and underpaid chef. Keep reading to find out what they are. 


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Hospitality Professionals Association launches #SleepOverToHelpTurnover as it looks to maintain support for industry’s recovery


 With additional coronavirus rules coming into force, and the industry facing a drop off in trade as we move into autumn and winter, HOSPA, the Hospitality Professionals Association, is launching #SleepOverToHelpTurnover as it bids to help maintain the momentum of the industry’s recovery.


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With the Prime Minister announcing that ‘COVID-secure’ guidelines are set to become a legal obligation, global health and safety expert Bureau Veritas has advised that hospitality businesses must step up their fight against coronavirus transmission with a more robust and formalised framework to avoid the risk of fines or closure.


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