Covid creates Vera Foods
Covid 19 has played a role in creating an exciting new food business for two hospitality professiona...

Read more

Optimizing Covers in Phase Three
John Girvan, Manager at catering supplier Alliance Online Ireland (, shares so...

Read more

IFSA/Chef Network Operating Guidelines
Representing over 200 member companies, IFSA (the Irish Foodservice Suppliers Alliance) and Chef Net...

Read more

Brand Building with Video
  Video is a powerful communications tool, but hotels need to have a clear reason for posting ...

Read more

Covid creates Vera Foods
Optimizing Covers in Phase Three
IFSA/Chef Network Operating Guidelines
Brand Building with Video


3,000 Aviation execs to visit Dublin

Thousands of aviation executives are set to fly into Dublin next May  for one of two major international annual conferences for the sector that are usually held in the capital.CCD10 20

More than 3,000 delegates have already signed up the Airline Economics event, hosted by UK-based Aviation News.
Aviation News typically holds a significant conference in Dublin in January, with a base at the Shelbourne Hotel. It also uses a number of other venues. The event coincides with the Airfinance Journal conference that for the past number of years has been held at the Convention Centre.
The most recent survey, from PwC in 2019, estimated they contribute a total of €9m to the economy.
Ireland is a global hub for aircraft leasing, with most of the world’s top lessors having either their headquarters or major offices here.


Read more ...

Hospitality awaits December decision

Restaurants and pubs will have to wait until the end of the month before knowing if they can re-open for the pre-Christmas trading season.

Chief medical officer Dr Tony Holohan has ruled out giving early advice to Government during the lockdown, despite more encouraging signs yesterday the current restrictions arholohan1120e working. The number of daily Covid-19 cases fell to 270 and there was one additional death. 
Dr Holohan said the six-week lockdown will continue and what happens after December 1 will depend on “where we are”.
He indicated that measures will be in place after early December and the public will still have to maintain a very “high standard of public health practice”.
He said there will be specific advice to the public around Christmas.
So far, there have been outbreaks associated with funerals, compounding the grief and distress of mourners with illness, he added.


Read more ...

Italians see Aran film

Some 1.7 million people across Italy tuned  in to the Aran Islands , when an episode of a popular TV show aired on RAI 3, the national TV channel.pic 1 1.7 MILLION ITALIANS TO TUNE IN TO THE ARAN ISLANDS 1

Cameraman Fabio Ferioli and producer Roberto Palozzi are pictured during filming for Italian TV show, GEO, last year, on the Aran Islands.
Roberto Palozzi, the producer of a documentary series called GEO, visited Ireland with a TV crew last year. Filming was supported by Tourism Ireland and Fáilte Ireland.
The 40-minute episode of GEO is all about the Aran Islands – the history and heritage of the islands, as well as the unspoilt landscape and spectacular wildlife.


Read more ...

Closure Orders for Bedroom Sushi

Three sushi takeaways found to be selling products from the bedroom of a house were among five closure orders served on food businesses last month for breaches of food sushisafety legislation.

In October, the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) issued three Closure Orders in relation to individuals running online unregistered and unsupervised food businesses selling a range of sushi products from the bedroom of a house.
Dr Pamela Byrne, Chief Executive, FSAI said running an unregistered and therefore unsupervised food business is totally unacceptable and poses a very serious risk to consumers' health.


Read more ...

Drive-Thru saves McDonalds

McDonald's beat third-quarter revenue and profit estimates today, as customers ordered more burgers and fries in drive-thru outlets and on delivery apps to avoid dining out during the Covid-19 pandemic. mcdonalds
Its promotional deal with rapper Travis Scott, which caused shortages of some ingredients, and other marketing investments also helped sales bounce back from Covid lows.
However, the world's largest burger chain said its business was being pressured in key markets outside the US including France, Germany and the UK by new lockdown restrictions due to a spike in virus cases. 
Even before the new restrictions, McDonald's overseas sales recovery had been sluggish compared to the US, where its huge number of drive-thru lanes gave it an edge over rivals for customers looking for restaurant food without the risks of dining out. 
Nearly 95% of McDonald's 14,000 US restaurants have a drive-thru. 


Read more ...


Page 11 of 1194



IHI Logo Final Logo

failte-ireland logo

Tourism Ireland Logo 1


Contact HospitalityENews

Editor: Frank Corr

Sales & Marketing: Gavin D. Ryan

our hotels story

Hospitality E News 250x500

Follow Us