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Japanese foodservice raises a glass to craft beer boom
Typically known for its sake rather than session IPAs, changing appetites and enhanced expertise are contributing to a craft beer boom in Japan, reports Thomas Lawrence
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In my view: Ken Sangster FCSI
Ken Sangster FCSI is the former owner and principal of Sangster Design Group, in Sydney, Australia. He retired in April 2017, after starting his career in 1985

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Hotelex Shanghai broadens its scope
This year Hotelex saw an increase in visitors, confirming it as one of the most influential events in hospitality and catering

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Vietnam blazes a trail in Asia’s booming convenience market
Vietnam’s convenience market will outpace other countries in the region with double-digit growth over the next four years, according to international grocery research organization IGD

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Raising crops: vertical farming in Japan
Food safety concerns and produce scarcity are among the drivers of an increase in indoor agriculture in Japan. Melinda Joe tracks the rise of vertical farming

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Indian government and foodservice sector in standoff over new rules
Nationwide reforms to food taxes and labeling are under examination by the Indian government. But food and drinks multinationals are fighting back

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AHEAD ASIA WINNERS ANNOUNCED
Tokyo's luxury hotel Hoshinaya is standout winner, scooping the Lobby & Public Spaces, Best Urban Hotel and AHEAD Asia's Hotel of the Year categories

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