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The Transformation of Britain’s eating habits

The Transformation of Britain’s eating habits

Posted on 21 Sep 2015 in Food, Trends | 0 comments

A few years ago the British diet seemed to be improving. Admittedly, people were buying fewer green vegetables, continuing a long-term trend driven by declining appetite for cabbage, cauliflower and Brussels sprouts. But they were more or less making up for that by eating more salad leaves and fruit. They were purchasing more healthy fish […]

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Starbucks to launch Evenings Programme in UK

Posted on 27 Feb 2015 in Food, News, Retail | 0 comments

Starbucks, the coffee chain giant, plans to introduce a new offer in its restaurant, with alcohol and upmarket food served after 4pm only at selected stores. This new concept has been already introduced in 32 stores across the US, in the UK will be launched first at Starbucks location inside Stansted airport, before being rolled […]

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Half of diners concerned about food safety

Posted on 25 Feb 2015 in Food, News | 0 comments

51 per cent of diners are ‘fairly’ or ‘very’ concerned about food safety in UK restaurants, pubs, cafes and takeaways, a report by the Food Standards Agency (FSA) has found. Read the full story on BigHospitality.

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UK’s first insect restaurant opening this summer

Posted on 24 Feb 2015 in Food, News | 0 comments

The UK’s first restaurant serving insects will open in South Wales this summer. Read full story by Sophie Witts on BigHospitality.

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Gluten Free Expo 2014

Posted on 03 Dec 2014 in Food, Organic, Supply | 0 comments

These days, more and more people are forced to find speciality foods due to their intolerance towards gluten. The demand of gluten free products in the UK is steadily rising but the offering is still poor. In November, we visited the Gluten Free Expo in Rimini (Italy) with the intention of selecting new genuine, tasty […]

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