20 September 2021

Pubs face new CO2 shortage that could be worse than 2018 crisis

Pubs could be facing a CO2 shortage that could be worse than 2018 and could cause disruption across the food and drink sector.
20 September 2021

Covid passports for Wales will be the ‘last straw’ for operators

Covid-19 vaccination passports for late night venues in Wales is an âextra burdenâ that could be the âlast strawâ for struggling operators.
20 September 2021

Quality time at the bar

Whether it is a bit more disposable cash or a lust to try the best products available, pub customers are going for quality when it comes […]
17 September 2021

Masterclass learning for GBPA garden finalists

A day of training and fun was on the cards for the finalists of the Great British Pub Awards Pub Garden category, courtesy of category sponsor […]
17 September 2021

End of tax year could be a hammer blow for trade

The Morning Advertiser’s editor Ed Bedington spoke to Pelle Pub Co’s Hayley Pellegrini to get her take on the headlines of the past week.
17 September 2021

BBPA estimates 18m pints will be served on National Hospitality Day

The British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA) has called for pubgoers to support their local this Saturday (18 September) to help hospitality businesses and claims pubs […]
17 September 2021

Managed pubs and restaurants almost treble delivery and takeaways sales

Delivery and takeaway sales for managed pub and restaurant groups in August were almost treble their pre-pandemic levels, the latest edition of the CGA & Slerp […]
16 September 2021

Rising food prices could force customers away from eating out

The rise in global food prices could drive consumers away from pub restaurant visits and into discount retailers, according to a GlobalData survey.
16 September 2021

Bar staff made most short-term loan applications in lockdown

Hospitality workers have made the most applications for payday loans throughout the pandemic, according to research by Little-Loans.com.
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