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EMRA member companies strive to provide their customers with high
quality and safe food products. Strict hygiene standards are set
and achieved at every stage of production and service. We demand
the same commitment from our suppliers, with many of whom we have
long-standing European partnerships.
It is because we believe
in guaranteeing food safety and quality that we are committed to working closely
with the European Union institutions in order to provide a clear legislative framework
appropriate to our sector to achieve the highest food safety standards.
The modern restaurant sector
is one of Europe's leading employers. It is also one of the fastest growing employment
sectors, providing low entry level opportunities in a great many communities throughout
EMRA members employ 500,000 staff directly, and are responsible
indirectly for many more jobs through our extensive network of suppliers.
nature of our sector means that we offer flexible employment enabling our staff
to combine work with other activities such as study or child-care.
members provide structured training for all staff. Promotion to more senior and
responsible positions can be rapid, and many of our members' restaurants are managed
by relatively young staff.
EMRA is an important contributor to any debate
at a European level on future employment and training opportunities.
For many of our members a successful way of conducting business is through
the franchising of their brand format to independent local business partners.
Franchisees of EMRA members have contributed throughout Europe to the sector's
success, deploying entrepreneurial skills and local community understanding.
has a vast body of experience of franchising which makes it an important contributor
to any discussion on the future of this important business format.
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