All news articles for February 2018

'Unfair taxation system': Hawkes chief cider maker Roberto Basilico (left) and founder Simon Wright

UK cider taxation system ‘harming industry growth’

By James Beeson

London-based cider maker Hawkes has attacked the current UK cider taxation system, and accused the National Association of Cider Makers (NACM) of failing to represent the interests of smaller producers.

Food hygiene: pubs have been slapped with fines for failings in their hygiene

Pub food hygiene troubles so far this year

By Nikkie Sutton

Food hygiene can cost pubs thousands if errors are made. The Morning Advertiser takes a look at issues operators have had with hygiene so far this year.

Top posts: some of the best dishes from social media

12 irresistible #FoodPorn dishes

By Nicholas Robinson

If you're not hungry now, you will be after seeing what dishes social media is serving up to eat today. Here we're offering up some of the most scrumptious food we can find.

Decadent: The Marble Arch's signature twist on the British classic are ‘Canadian Fries’, served topped with smoked cheddar and Marble Ale gravy

The biggest trends in chips

By James Beeson

Previously the preserve of takeaway restaurants and fast-food joints, the humble chip has evolved into a pub classic. But what makes it such a staple, and what are the latest trends within the sector?