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    Analysis & Insight

    Life after Covid: legacies of the pandemic


    While hand sanitiser, face masks and social distancing are being kicked into touch, there are likely to be some positive legacies from the pandemic, as MCA has been hearing from operators

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    Analysis & Insight

    Pizza Hut is most visited brand


    The brand together took an 11% share of all eating out occasions, during the 12-week period ending 3 October, according to data from Lumina Intelligence.

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    Sustainability: ‘It’s about starting small and gaining momentum’


    Removing plastic toys from Burger King UK’s kids meals had a much greater impact on plastic reduction than straws, which weigh less

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    Itsu ‘courageously’ expanding its reach


    Property director Vishal Talreja has hailed Itsu’s partnership with Pizza Hut Restaurants for unlocking access to new areas such as retail parks and market towns

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    Investors doubling down on sustainable focus


    There is increasing pressure on hospitality businesses to show they are actively engaged with carbon reduction and other ESG initiatives, delegates at MCA’s Restaurant Conference heard this week.

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    Sustainability is on the agenda at MCA’s Restaurant Conference


    Pizza Hut Restaurants, Burger King UK and Darwin & Wallace will take part in a special panel on sustainability with Zero Carbon Forum.

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    KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell see sales recover


    Yum! Brands – owner of KFCPizza Hut and Taco Bell - has reported strong Q2 growth, with KFC UK’s system sales rising 248% compared with the previous year, when many of its stores were shut due to the pandemic.

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    Analysis & Insight

    The race to carbon zero


    Images of stranded starving polar bears, melting ice caps and uncontainable wildfires may seem a far cry from the reality of day-to-day hospitality operations in the UK. Yet more and more leaders from within the sector and beyond are becoming alive to what is widely recognised as a global climate change emergency.

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    Itsu: ‘We now have both eyes outside London’


    Itsu’s chief executive Ganan Kanagathurai is relatively mild-mannered compared to the gregarious, outsized personality of the group’s founder, Julian Metcalfe, which might explain why his promotion more than a year ago slipped under the radar.

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    Pizza Hut Restaurants CEO Jens Hofma: ‘CVA a necessary evil’


    Pizza Hut UK’s company voluntary arrangement (CVA) was a “necessary evil” and has left the business in “a more robust position,” CEO Jens Hofma has said. Speaking at MCA’s the Conversation, Hofma revealed that the business had made several attempts to find an alternative solution to deal with outstanding lockdown rent debts with landlords, but the hostility of some left it with “no other choice” but to turn to a CVA. But with landlord break clauses still a live issue, he added that the business has come up against a number of newer operators “circling the estate” to see if they can “tempt landlords to go for the new kid on the block rather than sticking with tenants who’ve been around for decades.”

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    Pizza Hut Restaurants CVA approved


    Pizza Hut Restaurants’ company voluntary arrangement (CVA) has been approved.