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FOODSERVICE CONSULTANT


Q3 2021


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70Project: Charlie & Joe's at Love Street In Jupiter, Florida, US, Russell Stilwell FCSI, the founder and principal of Next Step Design, faced the problem of fitting four different foodservice concepts into one space.


74Project: Alegria Filipino chef and restaurateur Charles Montanez wanted to set up in Singapore, but he was stuck in Manila. He called upon local consultant and FCSI Associate Ben Ho.


78 Project: Andaz Munich Michael Flatow FCSI of Flatow & Drews Consulting talks about how he helped to build the first Andaz Hotel (a Hyatt Corporation brand) in Germany.


83City focus Former Madrid resident Tina Nielsen explores the resurgence


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102 NET ZERO CARBON Jim Banks examines the benefits and challenges of cutting carbon in the foodservice sector.


108 PACKAGING SOLUTIONS Sustainable ways for businesses to meet demand for takeout and delivery.


111 IoT FOR GREENER KITCHENS We examine how connected kitchens can help the foodservice sector achieve green goals.


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in the city's food and restaurant scene that has made it one of the world's most dynamic, and delicious, culinary destinations.


88Covid stories When the coronavirus closed businesses around the world Grace Young gave a voice to beleagured Chinatowns across the US through her Coronavirus: Chinatown Stories video series


92 Growing greener across Asia Pacific Amy Snelling reports on the groundswell of sustainability schemes and initiatives across the Asia Pacific region.


96 Better food Pre-pandemic, an independent review of National Health Service catering in England showed there was room for improvement. Elly Earls examines what progress, if any, has been made.


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