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Managing a staff canteen

Many organisations find running their staff canteen to be an arduous and time consuming chore. If you aren't in the business of food service it can be complicated to work out exactly what to serve each day to offer tasty but healthy meals while sticking to a budget. Often it's just as easy and cost effective to outsource the running of a canteen to a food services company that specialises in these sorts of tasks. This blog discusses some of the pros and cons of running your staff canteen in-house compared to outsourcing the operations to a specialist company. I hope it's useful other business owners and adminstrators.




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Managing a staff canteen


Three Delicious Informal Wedding Food Ideas

Are you more about having fun than throwing the perfect white wedding? Putting together an informal wedding is perfect for many couples, and guests will often enjoy themselves way more than they would at a traditional ceremony. Food is a huge part of any wedding day, and going for a casual style opens up so many delicious possibilities. Check out the suggestions below, and your mouth will soon be watering.

Essential Equipment Needed for Starting a Bakery

If you want to start your own bakery, of course you'll need commercial mixers and ovens, and may already know the tools needed for cake decorating and other such jobs. However, there are some pieces of bakery equipment that you might be overlooking and which can make your work much easier and even more successful overall. Note a few of those pieces here so you're sure to stock up on what you need before opening your bakery doors.

5 Reasons Why Sushi Makes Fantastic Finger Food

There are plenty of options to choose from when it comes to finger food. However, one choice that people rarely consider is sushi. That's pretty surprising considering just how well-suited sushi is to the role. Here are just five reasons why it makes great finger food. 1.Sushi is Designed to Be Eaten in One Bite Most finger food is essentially a compact version of a larger dish. However, sushi is actually designed to be eaten in a single bite.