Pick up your copy of August’s Wholesale News
This month’s magazine is packed full of the latest industry insight and expertise
It’s that time of month again and the latest issue of Wholesale News is hitting doorsteps across the country – and this time we’ve got even more industry news and features to sink your teeth into.
Within August’s magazine, we take a closer look at hot topics, including how wholesalers can reduce their plastic usage and why the return of Great British Bake Off to our screens could spell good news for the sector. But that’s not all, we also pay a visit to Bidfood’s celebrated development kitchen to find out how its team finds the right balance to supply education customers with the best food and check out the big issues around food provenance.
If that’s enough, FWD’s David Visick takes the role of roving reporter to meet a wholesaler on the Isle of Man which is responsible for supplying the entire island’s service providers. As he finds out, it’s not easy task. And there’s also the bold claim that the UK has the cheapest fuel in Europe – find out how that’s true and if you agree.
As always, there are a couple of ways to read the magazine. The print edition will have been sent out to all subscribers (it’s free, so why not sign up yourself?) or the digital edition is now live for your viewing pleasure. For now, here’s a preview of what’s inside:
An island’s heartbeat
In the first of our meet the member features, FWD;s David Visick discovers that island isn’t always a breeze when you’re the wholesaler keeping business moving, Robinson’s Fresh Foods has got the Isle of Man covered.
Food for thought
With the nation’s children heading back to school soon, what lessons can foodservice wholesalers learn when supplying the education sector? Bidfood’s resident expert, Development Chef Wayne Wright, reveals his considerations
Tell your food story
Where our food and drink comes from is becoming increasingly more important for our customers, so the need to get to grips with the products you sell and where they come from has never been more crucial
“Fuel in the UK is Europe’s cheapest”
It’s a bold statement, but as Portland Fuel Managing Director James Spencer explains, there’s more at play than wholesale cost when it comes to paying at the pumps