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The Takeaway - June 2021

Welcome to the June edition of The Takeaway. Summer is here and we're hoping it's going to be a great one for the hospitality sector and everyone working in it. In the meantime, here’s what’s been happening in the industry this month...

My day at a Mock Food Allergen Trial

Last month Erudus sponsored this year's Food Allergy Aware’s Mock Trial, which explored the financial and legal repercussions of allergen negligence within the foodservice industry. Friend of Erudus Ruth Holroyd has a great recap on her blog.

Read the whole story here.

The Olympics is set to boost snacks and drinks sales

Delayed by a year, the Tokyo games are coming… Wholesale Manager have taken a look at how the event looks to hand sales of some food and drinks categories a boost.

Read the whole story here.

How can I use vegetables in sweet bakes?

Sugar awareness is a hot topic in the food industry and The Guardian has the answer to an age-old problem - vegan-friendly menu ideas that substitute vegetables into delicious desserts.

Read the whole story here.

How to Feed Yourself When You're Depressed

No denying the pandemic has been hard on everyone, but our American friends at Lifehacker have an uplifting read - sharing stories and tips for those looking to boost moods with food.

Read the whole story here.

Ban on junk food ads before 9pm TV watershed and more online restrictions in bid to tackle obesity

It’s the story everyone’s talking about - the banning of junk food adverts before the watershed on UK television. Sky News reports.

Read the whole story here.