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Adam Handling’s Hame, Home Food Delivery Service, Goes National

Just a couple of weeks after the launch was announced for Adam Handling’s Hame home food delivery service, the Chef and Restaurateur has announced that the Hame menu will now be delivered throughout the UK.

“We’ve had the most amazing few days, orders for delivery in London are flying, and we’ve …

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Sogevinus Named Fortified Producer of the Year at Sommelier Wine Awards

Sogevinus has been awarded the accolade of Fortified Producer of the Year at this year’s Sommelier Wine Awards with Kopke, the oldest Port Wine House. Kopke dominated the Port section, winning half of the category’s Gold medals, impressing the judges with both quality and price at …

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Data Protection Warning to Hospitality Businesses

The much-anticipated re-opening of businesses in the food and drink sector has been given the green light for 4 July, a welcome decision for both those in the industry and consumers.

However, the opening of these businesses comes with additional responsibilities and requirements which specialist lawyers are warning could leave businesses falling foul …

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The Government’s plan for exiting the coronavirus lockdown targeted 4 July as the earliest date from which the hospitality sector could start to reopen.

While some pubs and restaurants remained open during lockdown for limited takeaway orders, this has not been economically viable for most pubs, …

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Camden Town Brewery Launch New Beer to Help Pubs

After a rough few months of change and uncertainty, Camden Town Brewey wants to help pubs get pouring again, with what they do best – fresh beer. That’s why they’ve made To The Pub American Pale Ale; a new one-off beer, brewed to support and celebrate the industry.

When pubs officially reopen, they …

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PM Boris Johnson Confirms the Hospitality Sector Will Reopen on 4th July

In his Covid-19 update statement, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that Britain’s bars, pubs and restaurants can make their long awaited return on 4th July, as the two metre lockdown rules are relaxed.

With the Prime Minister’s announcement now providing the green light for all indoor hospitality venues to reopen with …

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