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Burger King and Tim Hortons to Pilot Reusable Containers Through Loop

Burger King trials will be conducted in select restaurants in New York, Portland, and Tokyo, with Tim Horton's trialling in select Toronto restaurants.


New study reveals role of food delivery in helping to protect 100,000 jobs in UK restaurants

A new study by Capital Economics has reported that delivery services protected approximately 100,000 restaurant jobs from being lost or furloughed over the period between April and June 2020.

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JUST EAT provides further support for restaurant partners

JUST EAT, the online food ordering and delivery service, is introducing measures to help support the hospitality industry.


KFC to create 5,400 jobs in UK and Ireland after surge in demand in takeaway food

The news comes a month after Domino's Pizza announced it was creating 6,000 new jobs as households turn to food deliveries.

Food delivery

Nearly a third of under-18s are using food delivery services every week, a survey suggests.

Direct Line research reinforces growing trend towards Generation Z ordering online.

Papa John's

PAPA JOHN’S becomes official delivery and takeaway partner of the Scottish Premier Football League

The partnership runs for three seasons and will see Papa John’s provide vital commercial and promotional support


New Foodhub research reveals trade concerns and challenges

Foodhub research reveals current industry sentiment and key challenges expected during the next 12 months.

10pm curfew

Two restaurants in Oxford fined £1,000 for breaking 10pm curfew

Staff at KFC and Bodrum Kebab in Oxford caught serving customers after the 10pm curfew.

Asos Just Eat

Just Eat partners with ASOS

Launched on Monday 19 October, the new partnership means Just Eat customers will receive a 20% off ASOS voucher, with every order made between now and 2 November.

Takeout to Help Out

Take Out to Help Out: Businesses urged to promote their services

Dunbartonshire Chamber of Commerce has taken inspiration from the Eat Out to Help Out scheme to call for the hospitality businesses to share the products and services they are still able to offer under the banner of Take Out to Help Out.


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