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From the kitchen hero who cleans the floor at the end of the night, to the restaurateur who launches the latest hot spot, the Caterer Middle East Awards are for everyone working in the Middle East's vibrant F&B sector.
The Caterer marked its official launch with an opening ceremony, which was attended by Majid Saif Al Ghurair, chairman of Dubai Chamber, Essa Al Zaabi, senior vice-president - institutional support sector, Dubai Chamber and general coordinator of Tejar Dubai, and Faisal Al Ketbi, founder of The Caterer.
Ministry of Religious Affairs has deputed its staff at the caterers providing meal to the Hujjaj to ensure both the quantity and quality of the food.
Some restaurants and caterers have already voluntarily started putting up signs and stickers on their doors indicating the type of meat and chicken being used, shortly after subsidies were lifted in October 1 last year.
I asked, "Why is the synagogue required to include the caterer and pay for its exposures?
But for the second offence, the entire month's bill will be the penalty amount," said Shetty, adding that the caterer would not be allowed to serve stew on AIE's flights anymore.
50 lakh on nine caterers, including IRCTC, for serving bad quality food in trains.
TOP GRUB: Caterer Adam Franklin, left, with tournament director, Anders Borg
We told how a string of couples were left with no food on their wedding days when Northumbria Caterers went bust.
Amadeus will be the official caterers for around half the events taking place at Olympic Park in East London.
The caterers, who picked up the Greenest Caterer Award at this year's Leamington Peace Festival and were nominated Best Vegan Catering Service in the national UK Vegan Awards, run cafes at venues across the city and cater at events.