News update 19/3/13 - our selection of food and chef news from the world's press

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The Staff Canteen

Editor 19th March 2013
Restaurant proposed for Isle of Wight listed crane A £2m restaurant has been proposed for the base of Cowes Hammerhead crane, a grade II listed structure on the Isle of Wight. Read more from Caterer and Hotelkeeper   Asda chief says cheap food "not to blame for horse meat" The chief executive of Asda says he was "shocked" by the horsemeat scandal - but believes price was not a cause. Read more from the BBC   Restaurant Associates considers Tower 42 restaurant future with end of Gary Rhodes contract
Restaurant Associates, the restaurant management arm of Compass Group, has begun the process of finding a new chef to headline its restaurant at Tower 42 in London following the news that its relationship with Gary Rhodes is to come to an end. Read more from Big Hospitality

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The  Staff Canteen

The Staff Canteen

Editor 19th March 2013

News update 19/3/13 - our selection of food and chef news from the world's press