Create a New Revenue Stream from your surplus food instead of paying the refuse collectors to collect it.
Foodie Save is the first platform in Ireland that allows food retailers to sell their surplus food to members of the public. They are currently partnered with SuperValu, Londis, Westport Woods Hotel, House of Plates, Chopped and many other great hotels and restaurants.
Foodie Save sells the good quality unsold surplus food that you usually throw into the bin at the end of your business day - earning your business a new revenue stream, while also reducing your refuse costs.
At Access Hospitality, we all share a common purpose; to deliver cutting-edge business solutions and provide excellent customer experiences to our valued clients.
You’ll love the efficiency and productivity that Access hospitality software brings to your business and the help that’s always available to support you. Our innovative software means a more engaged and connected way of working that lets you get on and focus on your business and gives you the freedom to focus on delivering great guest experiences.
In the New World being able to offer delivery is a vital part of any hospitality business, so you need a chip that can perform on and off premise. Now is the time to be flexible and adaptable with a delivery and take away menu that really stands up to the challenges.
With products specifically designed to travel and a wealth of insight around profitability and packaging, McCain Foodservice Solutions can help you make delivery a real success.
Uniformal is a second-generation, multi-award winning, Irish manufacturing business run by husband-and-wife team Barry McCabe and Chiara Keating. They employ 30 full-time staff at their premises in Ballymount, Dublin 12, where they produce workwear and PPE with a specific focus on the hospitality sector.
In addition to being a full-service manufacturer and supplier of hospitality uniforms and PPE, Uniformal also carries an extensive range of Covid-19 related cleaning products and equipment including fogging machines and electrostatic sprayers.
January 2021 will feature a month long focus on Mental Health within the chef and foodservice community.
Chef Network, along with partners BWG Foodservice, will be hosting 4 webinars throughout the month focused on different aspects of mental health in the kitchen.
These webinars are open to all and are free of charge. This will be supplemented by blogs and other content focused on minding your mind.