Hoshizaki’s new BeerMatic Dual Tap DBF-AS65WE is an automatic beer dispensing solution which allows operators to serve consistent, traditional style beer and lager by the simple press of the button.
The BeerMatic Dual Tap proves to be a particularly ideal solution for applications such as beer gardens, stadiums, concessions and mobile bars where operators are working to low staffing levels, or staff have limited bartending experience.
Several hospitality organisations have told the Oireachtas tourism committee that they want restart grants to meet reopening costs for hospitality sector businesses as well as an extension of the wage subsidy, a waiver of commercial rates for at least another year and a commitment to keep the reduced 9% VAT rate for the hospitality sector in place until at least 2025.
All members are invited to complete the monthly Foodservice Sector Sentiment Index for March 2021. The survey, conducted with both suppliers and end users across the foodservice sector, aims to provide a snapshot of attitudes towards current marketplace conditions and the economic climate.
Covering such areas as employment, team management, state support, and industry perceptions, the index gives a unique perspective on how the hospitality supplier sector sees itself and how it views the outlook for the industry over the short to medium term. All members are encouraged to participate. The survey should take no more than 15 minutes of your time. This month's survey will be open from 23rd - 30th March.
Are your kitchen exhaust and supply fans running at 100 percent speed when there’s no cooking going on? They probably are if you don’t have a demand control kitchen ventilation (DCKV) system. Consequently, you’re wasting energy and conditioned air – at a time when revenue is at its lowest.
Two vintners associations in Ireland are launching a campaign to highlight the people in the industry who have been out of work for much of the last year.
It comes on the one-year anniversary of the pubs first closing due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Last year, pubs were called on to close “until at least 29 March” 2020.
Global Goals Business Conversation - How can the Irish Foodservice Sector Contribute to achieving the SDG's
IFSA members looking to improve their impact on the world, to contribute to sustainable development, and to build back better post-covid, are invited to take part in a Global Goals Business Conversation (online) on Wednesday 31 March from 10:15 to 12:00.
Concern Worldwide, with the support of Irish Aid, are engaging the private sector on how businesses can align their strategy to the UN Sustainable Development Goals. In partnership with IFSA, they are inviting a senior management representative from member companies to take part in an online conversation on how the foodservice sector can contribute to achieving the global goals and how you can drive sustainability within your company. READ MORE...
Applications for the €60m Small Business Assistance Scheme for Covid-19 have opened today.
The SBASC scheme is in addition to the package the Government has put in place to help businesses and workers during the pandemic.
On the 17th March Specifi will host a LIVE one day Virtual catering equipment exhibition.
The EU has approved the Government’s €55m pandemic aid scheme for the tourism sector. But industry bodies say the money is nowhere near enough to help beleaguered tour operators, who rely largely on international visitors to survive.
The Tourism Business Continuity Scheme was launched last month, providing grants of between €3,750 and €200,000 to operators that don’t qualify for existing Covid-19 aid.