Rising food costs - what's that got to do with the price of Brexit?
Finsbury Food Group reports this week – and has already complained about higher post-Brexit vote costs. Will it take the hit or pass it on? Shoppers in Waitrose cake aisle. Crumbs, look at these prices: inflation beckons if all retailers pass on rising ...
Big Feed street food market is back in Glasgow this weekend - here's everything you need to know - Glasgow LiveGlasgow Live
Big Feed street food market is back in Glasgow this weekend - here's everything you need to know
If you missed out on Big Feed, Glasgow's indoor food market, first time round well you're in luck. The organisers are bringing their culinary delights back to the city this weekend for more food, drink and fun. Glasgow foodies flocked in full force to ...and more »
Ex-page 3 model and food guru Peta Todd left shaken as pheasant flies into car and shatters windscreen - The SunThe Sun
Ex-page 3 model and food guru Peta Todd left shaken as pheasant flies into car and shatters windscreen
EX-Page 3 model Peta Todd has revealed she was left shaken after a pheasant flew in front of her car and shattered the windscreen. The Sun food columnist, 30, said it “scared the living daylights out of me” but she was unhurt. Peta Todd instagram ...
Foxholes Farm in Hertford win in Rural Oscars Awards local food and drink category - Hertfordshire MercuryHertfordshire Mercury
Foxholes Farm in Hertford win in Rural Oscars Awards local food and drink category
Foxholes Farm in Hertford has won an award at the Rural Oscars for businesses in the East of England. The London Road farm was named winner in the Local Food and Drink category in the Countryside Alliance's annual awards, which celebrates rural ...
- ITV News
Salt levels in food so high some products 'saltier than seawater'
Salt levels in supermarket products are continuing to fall short of the salt reduction targets for the year as it looks increasingly likely the food industry will miss almost every target set to lower the amount of the “hidden killer” in our food ...
Furious campaigners demand action as food survey reveals Public Health England is failing to meet salt reduction targetsThe Sun
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- Liverpool Echo
Get free food from Pizza Express in Liverpool for today only
Monday is not usually a day associated with cheerfulness and smiles - but today is definitely an exception. March 20 is also the International Day of Happiness and one restaurant chain in Liverpool is celebrating with something special for its customers.and more »
Maine Entrepreneur Unveils Software Aimed at Boosting Local Food Production
Entrepreneur David Stone unveils his new computer software he says will encourage consumption of more locally-produced food. Irwin Gratz / Maine Public. PORTLAND, Maine - Maine entrepreneur David Stone is hoping new computer software will help the ...
Maine entrepreneur brings digital efficiency to producers of food and its retail buyersPress Heraldall 3 news articles »
Haveli serves 'Indian comfort food at its best' according to veggie reviewer - and it's 2-4-1 - Nottingham PostNottingham Post
Haveli serves 'Indian comfort food at its best' according to veggie reviewer - and it's 2-4-1
Veg Out! Vegetarian nutrition coach Susan Hart puts Indian restaurant Haveli in Chilwell to the test. Who doesn't love a good curry but they are often consumed at 11pm after a night on the beers. I decided to break with tradition and visit Haveli in ...and more »
- Evening Standard
Finsbury Food looks to Mary Berry to add spice to flat sales
Finsbury Food Group's sales failed to rise in the first half, but the baker on Monday said it is hoping a new tie-up with cake queen Mary Berry will pull in customers during a “challenging” time. The firm, known for its Disney's Frozen treats, said it ...
Mary Berry to launch new cakes with Finsbury Food GroupCity A.M.
Finsbury Food bets on Mary Berry boost with new line of cakesTelegraph.
Shocking moment Wendy's fast food restaurant 'worker' batters customer as terrified onlookers scream 'call the police' - The SunThe Sun
Shocking moment Wendy's fast food restaurant 'worker' batters customer as terrified onlookers scream 'call the police'
THIS is the moment a fast food chain employee is claimed to have battered a customer on the floor of a restaurant. The aggressor – alleged to be a worker at burger joint Wendy's – rained blows down on his victim as he cowered on the floor. Horrified ...
- The Courier
Food hub set up in Kirkcaldy town centre
Left to right: Libby McWilliams from Fife Council with Greener Kirkcaldy's Pat Crosby, Suzy Goodsir, Andrew McDaniel, Aileen Horn and Geoff Robotham. Sign up to our daily newsletter. Want to read more?Subscribe today from £1 a week Subscribe today ...
Co-op Food helps daughter surprise her mum in Mother's Day campaign
The Co-op Food has launched a Mother's Day campaign starring a real daughter and her mum to inspire people to make the event more special. Share0 Tweet0 Share0 Share0. The brand collected a series of vox pop videos asking passers-by what they ...and more »
- The Guardian
Immigration, creativity and the triumph of British-Chinese food
'How I wish the producers had traced the history of, say, sesame prawn toast'. Photograph: Alamy Stock Photo. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more sharing options; Share on LinkedIn · Share on Pinterest · Share on Google+ ...
- BBC News
Hospital food: 'Intolerable' delays improving patient meals
Delays in implementing measures to improve patient nutrition in hospitals have been dubbed "intolerable" by an assembly committee. The NHS has been accused of a "lack of leadership, stagnant activity and frustratingly slow progress" by AMs. A report ...and more »
- Times 24
Popular Welwyn Garden City food event set to return
The Welwyn Garden City World Food Festival is returning to the town centre by popular demand this spring. Share article from on facebook · Tweet article from · Share article from on Google Plus · post article from on reddit · email article from. Share ...and more »
- The Independent
What happened when Sainsbury's funded a food waste war in Swadlincote
In the last year Lisa Edwards, a mother of two from Swadlincote in South Derbyshire, has managed to save an average of £15 a week on food for her husband and small family over the last year. She used to buy the same groceries every week. Now she plans ...
A tasty opportunity for food and drink producers to gain Staffordshire quality marque - Staff NewsletterStaff Newsletter
A tasty opportunity for food and drink producers to gain Staffordshire quality marque
TOP food producers and eateries are being encouraged to apply for a quality marque celebrating Staffordshire's best culinary offerings. Destination Staffordshire, a partnership working to boost the county's tourism economy, has teamed up with NFU ...
Food Shack, Norwich's first Hungarian restaurant: “You won't find anything quite like this elsewhere in Norfolk” - Norfolk Eastern Daily PressNorfolk Eastern Daily Press
Food Shack, Norwich's first Hungarian restaurant: “You won't find anything quite like this elsewhere in Norfolk”
Norfolk Eastern Daily Press
From the outside, Food Shack on St Stephens Road in Norwich may not look like much, but step inside and you'll be in for a treat. Share article from on facebook · Tweet article from · Share article from on Google Plus · post article from on reddit ...and more »
- Manchester Evening News
Chorlton's vegan supermarket Unicorn is up for best food retailer award
Manchester Evening News
A vegan supermarket in south Manchester has been named one of Britain's top food stores by the BBC. Unicorn Grocery in Chorlton is one of three finalists in the 'Best Food Retailer' category of the BBC's national Food & Farming Awards 2017.
- The Guardian
From Instagram to TV ads, what's the science behind food porn?
What does the bombardment of food imagery do to our brains and bodies? The 'gastrophysicist' who has worked with Heston Blumenthal explains all in an extract from his new book. by Charles Spence. What does the bombardment of food imagery do to our ...
- Daily Star
Scientists say this one food is making you fat – but you probably think it's healthy
A scientist has revealed that a major cause of the worldwide obesity epidemic could be due to the increase in intake of one specific food. Tim Benton, a professor at the University of Leeds said the increased consumption of vegetable oil could be the ...
- The Guardian
Welcome to the March issue of Observer Food Monthly
I first started cooking at Easter, a birthday treat of making butterfly cakes with my mum. To this day I have a fondness for Easter baking, the cinnamon-scented stickiness of a hot cross bun and the excuse to make another fruit cake so soon after ...
- The Guardian
Manus Island detainees riot over new food distribution system – reports
The mess room in the detention centre on Manus Island after an alleged riot by detainees. Image supplied by Refugee Action Coalition. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more sharing options; Share on LinkedIn · Share on ...and more »
- BBC News
Food and drink exports from Scotland hit record high
Food and drink exports from Scotland rose to a record £5.5bn last year, government figures show. Significant growth in sales of seafood and whisky helped exports increase £421m (8%) in 2016. Exports to EU countries were worth £2.3bn, up £133m, which ...and more »
Should you really eat food that has been dropped on the floor?
You're in the kitchen cooking up a storm, then you drop a piece of food. Do you pick it up and add it back in to the mix? According to germ expert Professor Anthony Hilton, from Aston University, food dropped on the floor is okay to eat, provided it is ...
Scientists say the 'five second' rule is right when dropping food on the floorStoke Sentinel
Should you eat food you've dropped on the floor?BT.com
- The Guardian
'Last time I got food, armed men took everything': famine in South Sudan
Women wait at a World Food Programme distribution site in Thonyor, Leer county. After three years of civil war South Sudan's economy is collapsing, leaving 4.8 million people food insecure and 100,000 facing famine. Photograph: Siegfried Modola/Reuters.and more »
- Birmingham Mail
Why the 'five second' food rule is RIGHT - according to scientists
You might be aware of the 'five second' rule when it comes to dropping food on the floor. If you had half your chocolate biscuit knocked out of your hand by the football team at school, you didn't fret, because the 'five second' rule applied, right ...and more »
- BBC News
Obesity crisis: Is this the food that is making us all fat? - BBC News
Could global trade in vegetable oil be to blame for our growing obesity crisis?and more »
- The Independent
'Five-second rule' for food dropped on the floor approved by germ ...
Food that has been dropped on the floor is usually safe to eat under the so-called “five-second rule”, a scientist has said. Germ expert Professor Anthony Hilton, ...
Food dropped on floor 'safe to eat under five-second rule'Evening Standard
The 'five-second rule' for dropped food is RIGHT, according to scientists - and here's whyMirror.co.uk
'Five-second rule' counts as food o
- The Sun
Eating food that's fallen on the floor IS safe - as long as you stick to ...
Scientists dropped toast, biscuits, cooked pasta, and sticky sweets on the floor but none of them recorded enough germs to be considered harmful to health.and more »
- The Drum
Healthy food marketing and education are growing, but there is still a long way to go
People today are more informed about food than ever in history. Through tough-fought legislation, changes to how food is labeled, sold and marketed, and the prevalence of cooking and food shows, the general public is far more food aware. But there is ...
These Ubiquitous Food Industry Ingredients Are Now on the Decline
For years Big Food lured consumers to its processed and packaged products with an irresistible combination of sugar, fat, and salt. Now it seems at least some of those consumer packaged giants are reversing course. A new study released by the Consumer ...and more »
Why buy food when you can buy this Sony OLED TV?
If you came here expecting to see an affordable OLED TV , you might want to avert your eyes – Sony's A1E OLED isn't what we'd consider wallet-friendly. When it launches in April, the 4K TV will come in three sizes: 55-inches, 65-inches and 77-inches.and more »
- Condé Nast Traveler
American Airlines to Bring Back Free Food on Some Routes
Condé Nast Traveler
American will soon begin offering free food to all fliers on select cross-country routes. Share via facebook dialog · Share via Pinterest. This sounds familiar... Next month, Delta will fulfill its February announcement of bringing back free meals on ...
US Airlines Vie for Loyalty With Resumption of Coach-Class Free FoodWall Street Journal (subscription)all 421 news articles&nb
- Salisbury Journal
New frozen food shop opens after 'unprecedented interest' in city
A NEW frozen food shop selling homemade food has opened in Salisbury creating around eight full and part-time jobs. Husband and wife, Jo and Donal Mullins, opened Cook in Minster Street on Friday after 18 months of preparation. The new shop comes ...
- Manchester Evening News
Manchester's GRUB Food Fair returns to Alphabet Brewing Co this Saturday
Manchester Evening News
GRUB Food Fair returns to Alphabet Brewery this weekend, featuring some of the finest foodie delights from the region. Saturday's traders include gourmet mac'n'cheese from the comfort food truck Mac Daddies, legendary local fish and chips from the Hip ...
- Somerset Live
Wetherspoons price hike means cheap pub food will soon be more expensive
We like Wetherspoon for its cheap food and because you always know what you are going to get. Now you can still get your usual meal... but at a price. Just before the Chancellor's Budget came out on Wednesday (March 8), Wetherspoon announced it would ...
Revealed: Which supermarket's chicken is most likely to contain food poisoning bacteria? - Liverpool EchoLiverpool Echo
Revealed: Which supermarket's chicken is most likely to contain food poisoning bacteria?
One in 20 chickens sold in supermarkets has a high level of bacteria that cause food poisoning, figures show. An investigation by the Food Standards Agency has revealed how risk varies between fresh, whole chickens at different supermarkets.
Half of supermarket chickens carry food poisoning bug - and the brand with the highest levels may surprise youDaily Post North Wales
- The Guardian
In Somalia, little sign of promised food aid for 6 million people facing starvation
Saalax Abdi Muxumed is one of the millions of Somalis suffering the consequences of severe drought. Photograph: Kate Holt/Unicef. Global development is supported by. Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation About this content · Share on Facebook · Share on ...and more »
- Financial Times
Bipartisan push to raise US scrutiny of Chinese deals in food sector
Chinese and other foreign investors will face additional scrutiny when pursuing deals to buy American agricultural and food companies under proposals ...
Senators want food safety review when U.S. firms sold overseas ...Reutersall 5 news articles »
- Evening Standard
Passengers' fury as British Airways flights 'run out of food'' | London ...
British Airways has come under fire from hungry travellers after running out of food on short haul flights from London. Furious customers bombarded the airline ...
British Airways passengers complain of 'no food or loo roll' - AOL ...AOL Travel UK
British Airways passengers left without food and loo roll on flights as ...The Sun
British Airways runs out of food mid-flight | Daily M
- The Press, York
Shambles food court gets a tasty refurb
The Press, York
Local volunteers will install flowerbeds and planting herbs, trees and vegetables to brighten up the area, next to Shambles Market, as part of a partnership between Make It York and Edible York. The charity also built the first community run 'veg bed ...
- The Guardian
'First in Canada' supermarket donation plan aids food banks and tackles waste
A Montreal-based food bank developed the Supermarket Recovery program in 2013 as vast quantities of food went to landfills. Photograph: Ray Van Eng Photography/Getty Images. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more sharing ...
Canadian supermarkets to give leftover stock to food banksThe Independent
Quebec food banks to get unsold surplus grocery st
- Retail Gazette (blog)
Tesco launches first ever Food Waste Hotline
Retail Gazette (blog)
The UK's biggest supermarket has announced a new initiative aimed at reducing food waste among its suppliers and growers. Tesco's Food Waste Hotline will be accessible by over 5000 businesses which supply the retailer via the online Supplier Network.and more »
Passengers left without food and loo roll on British Airways flights
British Airways passengers claim they were left without food and loo roll last week as the airline continued to experience issues with stocking its planes properly before flights. A reader, Tessa Evans Hurrell, said she booked a holiday (flight and ...
- Creative Review (blog)
The Real Junk Food project - Creative Review
Creative Review (blog)
The Real Junk Food Project is attempting to solve the problem of food waste by turning the very idea of what that is on its head. It not only makes use of 'surplus' ...and more »
- Leicester Mercury
Council scraps Leicester's popular winter and summer food and drink festivals
Leicester's popular Winter and Summer food and drink festivals are being scrapped as the city council looks to "refresh" its events programme. The annual events – held in November and May – regularly feature more than 150 stalls and have drawn hundreds ...
Celebrity chef Luke Mangan apologises to guests who forked out $165 to attend his Bondi feast which ran out of food ... - Daily MailDaily Mail
Celebrity chef Luke Mangan apologises to guests who forked out $165 to attend his Bondi feast which ran out of food ...
Celebrity chef Luke Mangan has apologised for his A Moveable Feast on Bondi beach, running out of food. Customers who forked out hundreds of dollars to attend Mangan's food event were left furious after waiting in line for hours for food and drinks ...and more »
Patriots' Rob Gronkowski Just Ate Dog Food And He Might Do It Again
MVP is go90's newest series about superstar athletes who invest their own money into the latest and greatest product. Everyone loves a man's best friend, but do they love them enough to eat their food? Rob Gronkowski, along with other superstar ...
- The Voice Online
Enjoy Jamaican food and entertainment at farewell party
The Voice Online
HE'S BEEN a vital part of the Birmingham community for more than four decades but the call of home is proving just too strong for popular poet Spicy Fingers who is returning to his beloved Jamaica with plans for a new project to help his homeland.
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