Over the course of their working lives, Brits spend so much money on lunch that they may want to start making time for packing cheese and cucumber sarnies before leaving the house each day.
Food And Drink
Having won the accolade of Growing Business of the Year: Smaller Company (Turnover up to £10m) at the Amazon Growing Business Awards, we heard how Hotcha has scaled in the fractured Chinese takeaway industry.
Business networking is often done over a beverage or two, so what better way to provide a corporate delight than in the form of a luxury wine tour in France this spring.
With prosecco sales on the rise, Christmas has come early for vendors of the Italian wine, which is selling at a faster rate than champagne.
Oxfordshire-based Blenheim Palace has given its business strategy an overhaul to shake things up at the venue, as it makes a key play for luxury, corporates and tourism.
Possessing the Cadbury’s name could have struck fear into James Cadbury, the great-great-grandson of the chocolatier, but he’s ready for the challenge with a confectionery business of his own – Love Cocoa.
In this year’s Hot 100 ranking, our annual analysis of the British firms increasing in size, one area stood out among all the others as one of the fastest growing business sectors – the food and drink industry.
The 2016 edition of the Real Business Hot 100 reveals the UK’s fastest growing private companies, highlighting the variety British business has to offer.
Prosecco mixer brand Drunken Berries has been named the first business to hit its investment target through the Tesco BackIt crowdfunding scheme, which launched in September.
The $11m refurbishment of the Emirates business class lounge has finally been completed after the project was started two years ago in a bid to deliver a seamless travel experience for its luxury-loving customers.
We all have our favourites when it comes to food and drink, which can be a headache for a new brand entering the scene with an unconventional proposition. However, if you want to sell the unique, you need the same approach when it comes to the marketing.
Flypay, which allows customers to settle bills in restaurants and bars via app, has received a £3.5m investment from Just Eat to mark what will be a “strategic partnership”.