Current restrictions on group sizes will be lifted to allow schools, colleges and nurseries to fully reopen to all children and young people, as Covid-19 infection rates continue to fall. Covid-19 secure measures will remain in place to reduce the risk of transmission, with schools being asked to keep children in class or year group […]

Gordon Lauder, MD of one of our suppliers, Central Foods, highlights how frozen food could prove beneficial for public sector caterers during and after lockdown. “It’s very much the norm to use some frozen pre-prepared products in all professional kitchens now,” explains Gordon. “Caterers recognise the benefits of frozen food. It’s easy to use, fewer […]

The national trade body of hospital caterers, Hospital Caterers Association (HCA), has announced the winners of its annual awards ceremony. The awards were due to be announced at the HCA Forum which was postponed as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. NH Case would like to congratulate all who were part of these awards, recognising the […]

16th – 22nd March This is an annual event to promote nutrition and hydration. Read more. We at NH Case believe this is a fantastic opportunity to bring people together to focus on the value of food and drink in maintaining health, as well as promoting well-being, in the health and social care sectors. This week encompasses the Global Tea Party […]

The Fast Food Industry is one of the few channel sectors that continues to perform well in spite of any Brexit related economic downturn we may face; in this article we explore how fast food businesses can accelerate their growth by looking at examples of businesses that have taken advantage of trends to propel fast […]

NH Case has marked 20 years of using Schmitz Cargobull truck bodies by acquiring a new rigid reefer for its frozen food transport operations across London. NH Case chose the new addition to join its twelve-strong rigid fleet because of the body’s robust build quality, which reduces repair requirements. As a result, the team, which […]

British-grown supplies of carrots are at risk of running low next spring after the recent heavy floods, growers have warned. More than half of the UK’s carrot-growing areas have been hit by the recent flooding, which continues to prevent them from being able to put straw down to protect the crop from potential frost damage. […]

Nigel Broadhurst, president of the British Frozen Food Federation (BFFF), has highlighted the role of frozen food can play in reducing the carbon footprint of the food supply chain. Addressing 900 business leaders at the Federation’s Annual Luncheon at London’s Hilton Park Lane Broadhurst launched his own manifesto for the frozen food industry… … [He […]

Public Sector Catering Expo 2019 It’s finally arrived! If you’re unsure as to what The Public Sector Catering Expo is, it’s a brand-new two-day event which unites chefs and caterers from across all regions of the public sector. From a range of exhibitors, speakers and culinary shows being held, there’s so much happening! Here’s the […]

Seafish, the public body that supports the £10 billion UK seafood industry, has published research that found 55% of Brits wanted to eat more seafood. The research involved 2,047 UK adults and looked at consumer attitudes and behaviours regarding seafood. It was commissioned by the ‘State of the Nation’ as part of its work to […]