UN considers ban on fast food marketing
While the United Nations considers banning fast food chains from sponsoring kids’ sports and with chef Jamie Oliver on a mission to prevent them advertising before 9pm, Chris Evans gauges the potential impact on the sector
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The World’s 50 Best announces details for Bilbao awards
The World's 50 Best Restaurants continues its global tour as details for 2018 edition in Bilbao are revealed, reports Tina Nielsen

‘Trump Slump’ will see Spain overtake US in Global Tourism, says GlobalData
Spain is set to overtake the US in the list of the most visited countries in the world. France to remain in top spot

An International Women’s Day for celebration and reckoning
This year’s International Women’s Day arrives with added momentum and appetite for change as the wider foodservice sector – and the world – reckons with recent revelations, reports Tina Nielsen

Titans of industry: Hatco Corporation’s David Rolston
David Rolston has been with Hatco Corporation, a company as well known for its quality products as its sense of humor, for 24 years. Time flies when you’re having fun, Hatco’s president and CEO tells Michael Jones

Sustainability on the agenda at The Planet Mark: Business and the Global Goals event
Business leaders gathered at global law firm Linklaters’ headquarters to discuss awareness, understanding and implementation of the United Nation’s sustainable development goals, reports Thomas Lawrence

Cashless and cashier-less: Amazon pioneers AI in newest venture
As e-commerce giant Amazon opens its first unmanned store in Seattle, retailers across the globe scramble to scrap the cashier, reports Emily Lewis