Starbucks Mexico opens store staffed entirely by seniors
Coinciding with Mexico's national Grandparents' Day (Día del Abuelo) Starbucks Mexico has opened its doors to its first store entirely staffed by older adults, reports Tina Nielsen
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Market moves: foodservice mergers and acquisitions
Amelia Levin rounds up notable business activity in the wider foodservice market

Consumers willing to pay extra for authentic ethnic food
A new report has found that more than a quarter of diners would be happy to pay more for ethnic food – as long as it is authentic

Putting the feast in festival food
Festival season may be well under way, but the preparation for it commences many months before. Samantha Lande speaks to organizers about making sure the foodservice element is pitch perfect

Food safety: the industry must adapt to combat outbreaks
The spectre of foodborne illness looms again following a recent outbreak of cyclosporasis in Illinois and Iowa, reports Rosa Thomas

The big interview: Glenn Edwards, managing director of Leon USA
Glenn Edwards tells Rosa Thomas about taking the British healthy fast food brand Leon to the US and how he plans to overcome the challenges that Leon faces in the home of traditional fast food

In memoriam: John C. Cini FFCSI (PP)
One of the founders of Cini-Little International, Inc., John Cini passed away peacefully at home on July 4th surrounded by his family