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A - Z of all your business relevant information, anything you want your teams to have access to, such as COSHH sheets for your chemicals, fire safety manual, company/staff handbook, new starter training forms, hygiene Certificates etc.

Because your site is cloud based your entire team can be issued a user name and password in order to give them the information and support to do there jobs effectively and they can access it from anywhere providing they have a smart device/ phone or computer.


The delicious edible fruit of a fungus.

Is there a more versatile “vegetable” we can present our customers with?


Mushrooms are the fruiting body of a fungus. They are nutritious, low in calories and contain virtually no fat, sugar or salt – and they taste great.


Mushrooms can be used raw or cooked, and dried mushrooms such as porcini (ceps) can be rehydrated to boost flavour and produce a wonderful stock for adding to stews, soups and risottos.


They also add a “meaty” texture to meat free dishes.


There are many varieties of edible mushroom, many now cultivated for the catering industry, which are available all year round.


However, we must give out the usual warning with mushrooms – they are not all safe to eat. Even in the UK there are mushrooms, which will kill, such as the Death Cap (not surprisingly), the Destroying Angel, Deadly Web Cap and so on. Basically, if you are not an expert, get your mushroom from a knowledgeable dealer.

The following mushrooms are commonly available to you:


Button mushrooms


Field Mushrooms


Chestnut mushrooms


Portobello mushrooms


Porcini (ceps)


Trompette de la mort (black horn, or horn of plenty)









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