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Awards for Foodservice Suppliers
Organised by the industry for the industry, Food & Bev Live returns to the Citywest Dublin on th...

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'Food Service Must Cut Waste' says Mahony
The Food service industry must play its part in reducing food waste,  Noel Mahony, chief execut...

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Hotels dump food worth €180m.
 The EPA released a research report last week – “Reducing Commercial Food Waste in Ireland”alon...

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Drone meal deliveries for Trinity

The first drone delivery of takeaway food will begin in Dublin in March.trinity
Drone company Manna has confirmed they are partnering with Just Eat and takeaway company Camile Thai and Ben & Jerry's to provide food deliveries on a pilot basis to customers located in University College Dublin.
 The company is aiming for deliveries to reach customers within three minutes. Customers in an appropriate area will see the option for delivery by drone on their Just Eat app. The food is loaded onto the drone and make its way to the destination.
The customers receive a notification once the drone is above their address and the food is lowered down in a box.

 

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Curtain Up at Hard Rock Hotel

Clothes worn by Kurt Cobain and David Bowie are among the memorabilia on display in Ireland's first Hard Rock Hotel which has opened at 18 Exchange Street Upper in the dhardrock0220Temple Bar area of Dublin.
The new hotel is being operated by Hard Rock in collaboration with Irish hospitality group Tifco and includes 120 bedrooms.
Guests can borrow a Fender guitar to play in their rooms or engage in yoga sessions.
 The hotel  features displays  of memorabilia and decorations related to an assortment of musicians, including Kurt Cobain, David Bowie, Phil Lynott and U2.

 

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Avvio achieves work standard

Limerick-based global hospitality technology business Avvio has been named as one of Ireland’s top workplaces in the annual Great Place to Work list.Great Place To Work Best Workplaces Ireland 2020 logo
 The 2020 list, announced this week recognises workplaces around the world based on nine key areas: inspiring, speaking, listening, caring, developing, thanking, hiring, celebrating, and sharing.
 Companies are then benchmarked on these practices against other organisations in their country alongside an anonymous Trust survey completed by staff including in-depth analysis of open comments from employees on theirs views working for the business.

 

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Blarney Castle objection fails

The owner of Blarney Castle in Cork, has failed to halt plans for a 120-bed nursing home and housing development two kilometres away.
Charles Colthurst last year put the plan by Hydro Estates Ltd on hold after lodging an appeal against the Cork County Council decision to give the project the go-ahead. However, An Bord Pleanála has now given the green light to Hydro Estates Ltd for the nursing home and 23 of the 29 planned houses at St Ann's Hill, Kilnamucky, Tower, Blarney.
The appeals board omitted six homes from the permission "in the interest of visual amenity and having regard to the landscape character of the site".

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Bumper Year at Johnnie Fox's

New accounts for Johnnie Fox’s pub in Co. Dublin show the business had a bumper year last year, with pretax profits almost doubling to €396,588. Accumulated profits at the company, operated by the McMahon family, at the end of last March totalled €641,295. The company’s cash pile increased seven-fold from €76,900 to €534,737, while the value of the company’s property, plant and equipment climbed from €2.77 million to €2.891 million.
 

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