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COVID-19

SURVIVING THIS CRISIS IS AS MUCH ABOUT BEING READY TO SWITCH THE LIGHTS BACK ON AS IT IS BEING ABLE TO WEATHER THE LOCKDOWN.

We are here to offer advice, support, help or anything else that we practically can.
Below is some helpful insight to help you prepare for the future, and please get in contact if there is anything we can do to help or advise you on this journey.

Turning On The Supply Taps Again

Prestige Purchasing’s guide to minimising supply risks when re-emerging from lockdown.

Never Waste a Good Crisis

Our Chairman David Read says the time has come for a revolution in kitchen productivity.
Find out why now is the time.

Supply Matters - Advice for Operators

Our Chairman David Read discusses supply chains and why it's important to still be thinking about them.

More help and advice

Unstable pricing ahead, predicts CGA Prestige Foodservice Price Index

New edition of exclusive monthly report highlights widespread and potentially long-lasting impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the foodservice sector The CGA Prestige Foodservice Price Index recorded deflation for the first time in its history in March 2020—but the COVID-19…

Turning On The Supply Tap Again

Download the Guide Here Prestige Purchasing’s guide to minimising supply risks when re-emerging from lockdown.

Food and beverage inflation low but pricing uncertainty looms

New edition of the CGA Prestige Foodservice Price Index indicates a 12-month low in pricing ahead of major supply chain disruption from the COVID-19 pandemic Foodservice pricing reached its lowest point for 12 months in February 2020 with the majority…

A chink of light for the planet

A company has bioengineered an alternative to palm oil as part of a “mission to stop deforestation”. C16 Biosciences said it had raised $24m in funding to scale up production and make a commercial launch. The company uses microbes to…

Lockdown food trends

It’s not just toilet paper. Italians are loading up on packaged mandarins, people in France are gorging themselves on chicken sausage and we Brits are stockpiling canned meats. The Coronavirus crisis is not only changing Europeans’ social and working habits,…

Life after lockdown – a supply view

How did we get here? On December 31, 2019, the WHO China office heard the first reports of a previously unknown virus causing pneumonia cases in Wuhan, a city in Eastern China with a population of over 11 million. What…

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