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  1. Tired of losing money? Here's 5 ways to tackle food waste

    Tired of losing money? Here's 5 ways to tackle food waste

    Did you know that the food sector produces 400,000 tonnes of avoidable food waste each year? This translates into staggering £682 millionwasted each year. Isn’t it absolutely shocking? And do you know how much food is wasted in a fast-food restaurant on an average? Well, it’s about 11.3% of your purchased food.

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  2. Colour Coding Your Kitchen And Why It's Important

    Colour Coding Your Kitchen And Why It's Important

    Let’s start this with a question. Do you know the exact number of things (utensils, spices, raw food, packets, etc.)in your restaurant or catering shop? Well, most of you wouldn’t be able to guess since there are so many things. And it could pose a risk to the safety of people if two things that shouldn’t mix get mixed.

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  3. How Traditional Food Packaging is Different than Modern Era

    How Traditional Food Packaging is Different than Modern Era

    Food packaging has evolved in leaps and bounds over the last 20,000 years. Read on to learn how the industry that began with natural materials has progressed significantly to develop cutting edge, environmentally-friendly food packaging products used today.

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  4. How to Favour the Market with Lightweight Food Packaging?

    How to Favour the Market with Lightweight Food Packaging?

    To stay at pace with the changing needs of the consumer market and environment, it is important for a modern retail company to be aware of the latest developments in both production and sales.

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  5. Things That Could Make or Break Your Catering Food Business

    Things That Could Make or Break Your Catering Food Business

    Running a successful catering business requires mastering different professional avenues. There is more to catering business than just having a passion for food. Let's go through some of the important factors that can make or break your business.

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  6. The Evolution Of Food Packaging Supplies

    The Evolution Of Food Packaging Supplies

    From hunters to cultivators to consumers, human civilization has come a long way. As we progressed, the evolution of food packaging supplies has been remarkable. Here is everything you need to know about the past, the present, and the future of the food packaging.

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  7. How to Reduce Food Waste and Packing Waste

    How to Reduce Food Waste and Packing Waste

    Today's consumers are indeed environmentally conscious compared to previous generations. But, most people stop with just segregating household trash, hoping that the waste they have generated will mysteriously disappear.

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  8. Going for Bulk Grocery Shopping? Check out 8 Ways to Get the Most Value for your Pounds

    Going for Bulk Grocery Shopping? Check out 8 Ways to Get the Most Value for your Pounds

    If you’re wondering how to trim down your grocery shopping expenses, then the easiest and smartest way – is to shop in bulk. Bulk foods cost up to 89% lesser than individually packaged foods, according to the Bulk is Green Council.

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  9. 7 Best Thermomix Recipes for Restaurants

    7 Best Thermomix Recipes for Restaurants

    With the rising popularity of the delivery-only model, restaurants all over the world, including the UK, are getting smaller. The falling real estate of restaurants also means smaller kitchens and lesser space for the cooking staff. This has made multipurpose appliances, like Thermomix, a favored option amongst restaurants in the UK.

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  10. 7 Facts You Might Not Know About Food Waste

    7 Facts You Might Not Know About Food Waste

    As a human being, we have three essential requirements, food, water, and shelter. It is unfortunate that people today do not realise the importance of these resources and often take them for granted. The wastage of food, besides being hugely detrimental to our economy and environment also has many other implications.

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