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News & Views
My Purchasing Partner constantly monitors what is happening in the markets, with a view to how this may impact on the products that our customers demand. Read our latest analysis and company news below or head to the Resource Centre for previous reports and updates.
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Two million workers are set to see their pay increase in April as the National Living Wage jumps to £8.21 an hour. This is the hourly rate for those aged 25 or over who are working in Britain. The minimum wage for those aged 16-24 also will also go up, alongside the pay for apprentices, which will increase by an extra ... [ More ]
Concerns voiced by The Soil Association that a no deal Brexit will be disastrous for public sector catering were picked up and debated in Parliament last week. This is an important point as there are about 10.5 million people using in this sector including hospital patients, care home residents, prisoners and school ... [ More ]
Visit our resource centre to get your copy of our Winter 2018/19 marketing guide for food buyers and caterers. Our quarterly market reports will give you the information you need to help you make better buying decisions. Resource Centre » ... [ More ]
Citrus fruit may be in short supply in the run up to Christmas due to floods in Europe. Despite many regions of Spain welcoming the rain after months of drought, the key growing area of Murcia in the east of the country has experienced such heavy rainfall that many fields are flooded, which could lead to issues with ... [ More ]
Planning for the future Many of us are very concerned about what the future will hold for our industry with uncertainty around Brexit negotiations and our impending departure from the European Union next year. Add to this, a year of unseasonal weather and global trade wars, and it’s clear that we are operating in a ... [ More ]