A cut above

One of Australia’s best-known proponents of “nose-to-tail” eating, Adrian Richardson from La Luna Bisto in Melbourne has raised the stakes on preparing and cooking meat.

Article source: Open House August 2010

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Coffee with feel good credentials

These days it’s not enough just to serve good coffee; it’s also important to know how the beans are produced.

Article source: Open House August 2010

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Tracing the trends

With more than 20 years experience in marketing research and industry forecasting Sissel Rosengren from BIS Shrapnel has a unique insight into the global foodservice industry.

Article source: Open House August 2010

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Warrawee Public School

…some solutions you might not have thought of!

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Allergic reaction to nuts

The most severe form of allergic reaction, anaphylaxis is potentially life-threatening and needs to be treated as a medical emergency requiring immediate treatment and urgent attention.

To find out more about this reaction, what its triggers are and the risk minimisation procedures that school canteens should have in place, we spoke to Geraldine Batty of Anaphylaxis Australia.

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Sheryl Barry, Canteen Supervisor of Bulahdelah Central School on the NSW central coast, knew she needed to serve a wider variety of food. She decided to offer a range of freshly prepared homestyle meals – a move which has paid dividends, as the canteen’s profits shot up from $600 to $900 per day!

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Here’s a great way to find out all that Australia’s premier poultry products supplier has to offer the school canteen market – check out the new-look Ingham website!

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Top restauranteurs show their appetite for new TAFE program

Key Queensland hospitality figures have thrown their support behind a state-first training initiative expected to address the lack of vital business and management skills in the industry.

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