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Demand for spices is set to rise

Global spice market set to grow

January 12, 2011

The world's spice market is set to expand in the coming four years as diners show a growing desire to sample more creative cuisine, report has indicated.

According to the study by Global Industry Analysts, the condiments, sauces,...

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Humanely sourced foods are set to be popular

Demand for humanely sourced ingredients set to rise

January 13, 2011

Humanely-sourced ingredients and breakfast pizzas are just two of the food trends chefs may be set to serve up in 2011.

This is according to Chris Macias of the Sacramento Bee, who has outlined some of the new developments expected to be...

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A rise in visitors is expected to boost hospitality employment

UK visitor increase to boost restaurant jobs

January 14, 2011

The anticipated increase in visitors coming to the UK is going to create a number of new employment opportunities in the foodservice and hospitality industry, it has been suggested.

Communications manager at People 1st Oksana Higglesden...

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The code would see restaurants display nutritional information on menus

Voluntary nutritional code to be introduced soon

January 17, 2011

The restaurant industry may soon be the subject of a new voluntary code encouraging eateries to display the nutritional information associated with dishes on the menu.

A government source told Caterersearch.com that such a move is being...

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Sandie Dawe has praised Britains restaurants

Britains restaurants one of the countrys great strengths

January 20, 2011

Britain's high-quality restaurants and hotels are one of the "great strengths" of the tourism industry, the chief executive of VisitBritain has stated.

Speaking at the Master Innholders' annual hotel general...

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New noodle flavours are set to be popular in 2011

US panel picks 2011 food trends

January 21, 2011

Chocolate for breakfast, foods for healing and new noodles are among the top five food trends for 2011 identified by a panel of experts.

At the 36th Winter Fancy Food Show in San Francisco, a group that included Cindy Hatcher of Cooking...

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Customers will demand more nutritional information it has been predicted

Hospitality firms will need to provide nutritional data

January 24, 2011

Companies in the hospitality sector will need to be prepared to provide diners with extensive information regarding the nutritional value of their dishes during 2011, one hospitality firm has predicted.

Commenting following the release of...

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The debate on GM food should be reopened it has been suggested

Food and drink industry should reopen GM debate

January 26, 2011

The food and drink industry in the UK needs to give "serious consideration" to reopening the debate on the use of genetically-modified (GM) foods.

That is the view of Barbara Gallani, director of food safety and science at the...

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Lonely Planet rates the south west for its restaurants

Chefs in the south west are creating every foodies dream

January 27, 2011

The south-west's chefs are doing the region a great service by creating innovative dishes, it has been suggested.

In the new Devon, Cornwall and Southwest England edition of Lonely Planet, the region has been highlighted for its...

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GM food is said to be healthy

GM foods offer huge potential to improve health

January 27, 2011

The use of genetically modified (GM) food has the potential to significantly improve Britons' health.

Such is the assertion of Barbara Gallani, director of food safety and science for the Food and Drink Federation, who states that GM...

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