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  [caption id="attachment_16672" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Pictured: Mark Bennett with St Joseph's Academy team.[/caption]   In 2016, Secondary schools around East Ayrshire took part in a competition run by East Ayrshire Council to create their school catering brand. In order to be considered, the competing teams had to present...

The Great Scottish Bake Off competition final saw the best school bakers from across Scotland come together to compete for the title on the 23rd of November at City of Glasgow College. To be in with a chance of winning, school cooks and caterers resident in...

Scottish School Meals Week 2016 has come to a close. The five promotions across the week, one for each day of the school week, brought school pupils, catering staff and councils together to discuss the school meals service in Scotland. The first day, which focused on the...

In Scotland, large number of schools have been using cashless catering systems when paying for school meals, and with the advantages that this inevitably brings to the staff and pupils, there are ways that cashless catering can be used to monitor food waste. If used properly,...

It’s important to raise awareness in children about the issues with food waste, especially in schools, and there are a number of things that schools can do to get children involved and to help reduce waste. For example, some schools in England have started initiatives that...

It’s important to understand what can and cannot be recycled to ensure that any food waste you do have can be recycled efficiently. Below is an example of some items that can and cannot be recycled. However, be sure to check with you local authority...