That’s a wrap on the 2019 Food That Works Summit, sponsored by Pallas Foods. Ireland’s premier workplace catering event has drawn to a close and what a day it was!
Leading foodservice specialists, Compass Group Ireland, announces exclusive new partnership with The Happy Pear
Dublin, 20 November 2019: Today, Compass Group Ireland announces an exclusive partnership with The Happy Pear at its ‘Food that Works’ summit at the Aviva Stadium, Dublin.
Coming from a family of vegetable growers, farming is in Lynsay Orton’s blood. Owner of Ross Hazel Farm in Clonard, Co. Meath, Lynsay has been a Compass Group Ireland supplier since 2016.
When John Thorne looks over his fields in North County Dublin, he doesn’t just see a commercial vegetable farm, he sees sustainability and biodiversity in action
Local Northern Irish produce will be the star exhibit at the Ulster Museum this week as the Museum unveils its new look and feel destination restaurant, Wynne & Pym.
24 April 2019: Roughly one-third of the food produced globally is either lost or wasted every year.
Compass Group Ireland, a leading foodservices company, is celebrating the amazing achievements of its chefs at the Catex Exhibition this week, where they scooped a raft of medals.
As the largest food service business in Ireland a large proportion of Compass Group’s work is, of course, in the corporate environment but we also sure know how to make a party go with a bang.
Compass Group Ireland is a verified member of Bord Bia’s Origin Green Sustainability Programme, emphasising its commitment to sustainability in the Irish food service sector.
To become a member of the Origin Green programme led by Bord Bia, Compass Ireland has committed to a comprehensive development plan that sets out clear targets in key areas such as food waste, water and energy use, responsible sourcing of products, health and nutrition and social sustainability.