Scope of the Hospitality and Catering Industry

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Give 5 sectors of the hospitality and catering industry
pubs, bars and nightclubs; restaurants; self‐catering accommodation, holiday centres travel and tourist services; visitor attractions and hotels; hospitals, prisons, schools armed forces and social care
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Name 5 residential establishments
Hotels, Guest houses, Bed and breakfasts, Farmhouses, Motels, Holiday parks, Some public houses; any examples of these would count as a valid response
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Name 5 non-residential establishments
Restaurants, fast food outlets, public houses, bars, delicatessens, take away outlets, school meals, burger vans
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Name 5 non-commercial establishments
Hospitals, prisons, meals on wheels, residential care homes, armed services, schools
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Give the features of hotels
The style of food provided and services available will depend on the standard of the hotel. May provide room service, hotel owned restaurants, franchise restaurants, breakfast provision only
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Give the features of bed and breakfasts
Often showcase local themes or produce. May be breakfast, Half board or full board, family run.
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Give the features of fast food establishments
Limited menu, low cost, eat in or take away, disposable packaging
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Give the features of restaurants
Variety of styles and food types, may be specialist, gourmet or fine dining. Styles of service vary with types of food and cost.
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Give the features of take-aways
Single or multiple counters where customer orders food from limited menu; food is collected from the counter; a quick, simple type of service; can be a very high turnover of food
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What are the features of hospital catering?
Patients may need reduced fat, sugar, protein diets depending on health Soft meals, vegetarian, vegan, religious, childrens’ meals. Budget for food controlled by NHS.
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What are the features of care home meals?
Food served may depend on the needs of the clients, some may have conditions which need special meals. Some residents may need help eating and drinking.
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What are the features of prison meals?
Food is prepared by prison inmates to ensure that tight budgets for food are met.
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Name 5 residential establishments

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Hotels, Guest houses, Bed and breakfasts, Farmhouses, Motels, Holiday parks, Some public houses; any examples of these would count as a valid response

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Name 5 non-residential establishments

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Name 5 non-commercial establishments

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Give the features of hotels

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