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The Job Support Scheme within the hospitality sector

6 Oct, 2020
Last week the government announced the new ‘Job Support Scheme’ which comes into effect on 1st November 2020 and will replace the existing ‘Furlough’ Scheme. The scheme...
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Coronavirus: Some restaurants extend Eat Out to September

2 Sep, 2020
In some of our recent insights, we look at “Is this the end of the Great British pub as we know it” and “Will economic measures announced in the July ‘mini-Budget’ help...
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The new normal: how to mitigate the impact on employees

21 Jul, 2020
In our previous blog (https://www.crippspg.co.uk/food-and-drink/will-economic-me…itality-industry/) we highlighted the new measures introduced by the Government to support the...
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Will economic measures announced in the July ‘mini-Budget’ help revitalise the hospitality industry?

8 Jul, 2020
by: Cripps Pemberton Greenish
On 8 July, Rishi Sunak announced a £30bn package of economic measures to support businesses as they manage the "profound economic challenges" facing them following the Covid-19...
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Is this the end of the Great British pub as we know it?

1 Jun, 2020
  To quote Boris Johnson, to go to the pub is an “ancient, inalienable right of free-born people of the United Kingdom”, so I, like many, am genuinely concerned that part...
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Coronavirus –FAQs for Food and Drink Businesses

8 Apr, 2020
    We are really struggling. Can we get a grant or a loan from the Government? SME Loans - Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme The Coronavirus Business...
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Ways the Food Industry is reacting to the Corona Virus outbreak

3 Apr, 2020
  The food service industry is amongst the hardest hit by the coronavirus outbreak. Now that we are on lockdown, with pubs and restaurants closed, the only options for many...
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Coronavirus – what can restaurant and bar operators do to minimise effects?

18 Mar, 2020
Updated as of 18 March 2020 Along with the travel and tourism industry, the restaurant and bar trade may be one of the industries most gravely affected by the outbreak of...
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Thinking Inside the Box - Food and Drink Subscription services

9 Mar, 2020
by: Cripps Pemberton Greenish
Most of us will have found ourselves staring forlornly into a half-empty fridge after a long day; tired, hungry and devoid of meal ideas.  Whilst many food-to-go businesses have...
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Attempts to tackle childhood obesity – low sugar chocolate appears not so “wow”some

25 Feb, 2020
The food industry has been very much in the Government’s line of sight over the past few years as a way to tackle the increasing health concerns from rising levels of obesity in...
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Supporting Workers in the Food and Drink Industry through the Menopause

3 Feb, 2020
Whilst there has been an increase in efforts over recent years to promote gender equality and to tackle mental health issues in the workplace, there is still a taboo over the...
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Don't 'Bet the Farm' - How to Avoid A Dispute Over Partnership Property

20 Jan, 2020
  Farmers must take care to distinguish between what are personal assets and what is partnership property. The issue is often complicated by partnership property being in the...
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Venture capital bringing an appetising offer to the table

29 Nov, 2019
  Since selling a 50% stake to venture capital and private equity specialists Active Partners, Honest Burgers has enjoyed a successful performance whilst some rivals have been...
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“I’m Sorry Dave – I can’t serve you that” – AI in the Food and Drink Industries

8 Nov, 2019
With McDonald’s acquiring an artificial intelligence start-up to potentially help with drive-thru orders, and an AI developed whisky in the works, it looks like artificial...
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Pop-up-shops – a licence to occupy or a licence for disaster?

29 Oct, 2019
The way people shop and the demand of customers has changed enormously.  Customers continue to search for variety in their shopping experience, especially because of the increase...
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Protecting “le Crunch” – copyright in feelings and experiences?

11 Oct, 2019
Finding a USP is key to differentiating a food or drink product for a launch or promotion, and, in common with other industries, food and drink producers are looking to all of...
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World Mental Health Day

17 Sep, 2019
by: Cripps Pemberton Greenish
    In the run up to World Mental Health Day 2019, which takes place on 10 October, Emma Saunders, Senior Associate in our Employment Team, takes a look at how the issue...
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Rules on high fat, salt or sugar food advertising - The "takeaway" messages

30 Aug, 2019
by: Cripps Pemberton Greenish
On 1 July 2017, new rules came into force restricting the advertising on high fat, salt or sugar (“HFSS”) foods. These rules were designed to prevent children and young people...
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Tenanting the Vines

26 Jul, 2019
The Farm Business Tenancy has provided a standard model since the Agricultural Tenancies Act 1995 and generally speaking that model provides a fair balance between Landlord’s...
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Employee Ownership Trusts - Worth considering for your food or drink business at any time

19 Jul, 2019
Whilst the likes of John Lewis may grab all the headlines for employee-owned businesses, smaller food and drink businesses are also reaping the rewards of this type of business...
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