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News |  Wine

750,000 hospitality jobs will be lost without government help

The prediction for total business failure by the end of 2020 is now estimated to be more than one in four.

News |  People & Places

Nearly half of hospitality operators believe their businesses will fail by mid-2021

There will be significant venue closures if government guidelines don’t change and sector-specific support isn’t improved, say independent pub, bar and restaurant operators.

News |  Spirits & Cocktails

Safety measures will be key to driving business this Christmas, research reveals

Christmas isn't cancelled – but new CGA research confirms that safety is consumers' top priority for on-trade visits this holiday season.

News |  People & Places

Opinion: Eat Out To Help Out brings home the bacon

Despite scepticism in some parts of the hospitality industry and the media when it was announced, the Chancellor’s initiative has been proved itself a tasty treat.

News |  People & Places

Brewdog had its ‘busiest week for food ever’ last week

Retail director James Brown put the record week down to the Chancellor’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme.

News |  People & Places

How are drinkers and diners behaving in China since re-opening?

On-trade data firm CGA spoke to 2,000 consumers in Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu and Wuhan earlier this month to see how consumers were reacting to the re-opening of restaurants and bars.

News |  Wine

UK drinking habits change as we all stay home

New figures from on-trade data firm CGA and retailer Master of Malt suggest our tipples of choice are changing as lockdown continues.

News |  Wine

Majority of UK will go out post coronavirus crisis just as often as before, suggests new research

Visiting relatives is the only activity that the public are missing more than eating and drinking out during the lockdown.

News |  People & Places

Brewdog had its ‘busiest week for food ever’ last week

Retail director James Brown put the record week down to the Chancellor’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme.

News |  People & Places

How are drinkers and diners behaving in China since re-opening?

On-trade data firm CGA spoke to 2,000 consumers in Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu and Wuhan earlier this month to see how consumers were reacting to the re-opening of restaurants and bars.

News |  Wine

UK drinking habits change as we all stay home

New figures from on-trade data firm CGA and retailer Master of Malt suggest our tipples of choice are changing as lockdown continues.

News |  Wine

Majority of UK will go out post coronavirus crisis just as often as before, suggests new research

Visiting relatives is the only activity that the public are missing more than eating and drinking out during the lockdown.

News |  People & Places

Bars were the ‘star performers’ during Christmas

Sales stats show bars and wet-led pubs did better than food venues this December.

News |  People & Places

Bars were the ‘star performers’ during Christmas

Sales stats show bars and wet-led pubs did better than food venues this December.