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natasha's law

Is your business ready for Natasha’s Law?

The UK Food Information Amendment Act 2019, commonly referred to As Natasha’s law will come into effect in the UK from 1st October 2021. This will create additional ingredient and allergen information requirements for any business that sells food that can be classified as Pre-Packaged for Direct Sale (PPDS). What

digital dining

‘Digital dining’ is here to stay…

During the worst of the pandemic, many businesses were forced to turn to digital platforms supporting their businesses to survive through national and local lockdowns and the associated restrictions on their business. App and web platforms allowed restauranteurs to continue having a direct line of communication with their customers when

App4 & Basement Browns
click and collect

Safeguard the future of your food business with app and mobile technology

It goes without saying that it’s been a tough time for hospitality business owners, with many establishments only partially open or fully closed over the last year or so.  The past year has prompted huge changes in the hospitality sector, with many businesses adapting and pivoting their offering to be

UK Roadmap
12th April

England Roadmap out of lockdown

The PM has delivered his statement on the roadmap out of lockdown for England which begins from 8 March.  The aim of the roadmap will be to guide the Government “cautiously but irreversibly” to lifting the lockdown. This approach will be led by data, not deaths and all future measures

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App4 boosts hospitality industry

Derby tech firm App4, which creates bespoke food and drink ordering apps, has said its technology is playing a key role in helping businesses in the sector survive through lockdown. According to the company, which supplies its technology to pubs, restaurants and takeaways across the country, more than a million

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app4 hospitality

£22m orders from apps key to saving hospitality jobs

More than one million orders of food and drink have been made through purpose-built apps since the outbreak of the Covid pandemic in the UK. App4’s solutions have been key to the survival of restaurants, pubs and takeaways. They have been used by 376,545 people with total orders of 1,060,755

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App means beer drinkers won’t go thirsty during lockdown

A historic independent family brewer has turned to technology from Derby-based App4 to ensure beer drinkers can enjoy their favourite pint during lockdown. Holden’s Brewery, which was founded 105 years ago, has teamed up with the Sadler Bridge Studios-based company for a bespoke app which has been launched at six

Alt Eats Table Ordering and Payments App
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The owner of a popular Greater Manchester market is celebrating a return to near pre-Covid lockdown business levels – thanks to app technology.    Around 100 members of staff at Altrincham Market had been put on redundancy notice but now almost all jobs will be saved.  And Nick Johnson, previously a

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app for pubs

App4 working with Pubs to help them reopen

App4 have seen a huge increase in the number of pubs and bars looking to embrace App technology to help them prepare for reopening on the 4th of July, hopefully! WA Pubs have been working with App4 to enable them to reopen as soon as possible, giving their customers the

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