Food trends

Time flies: there have been a multitude of influences on dining in pubs

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What has influenced the evolution of pub food?

By Michelle Perrett

Food in pubs across Britain has always been a movable feast, basic in some locations, high-end in others. But one thing is for sure, it has never stood still and it continues to evolve today.

Demonstrations: are vegan activists taking their protests too far?

Fears grow over vegan protests

By Robert Mann

In recent months, businesses have been subject to protests from vegan activists who have taken their war against the meat industry to extreme lengths.

Vurger burger: some vegan options are not what they appear

Time to offer some vegan dishes?

By Poppleston Allen

One continuing trend that kicked off 2019 is ‘Veganuary’, encouraging people to go vegan for January in aid of charity.

Free-from: more consumers are looking for alternatives to meat

In association with Meatless Farm Co

The importance of vegan and vegetarian food

By Michelle Perrett

With the trend towards healthier living showing no signs of slowing, more publicans need to adjust their menus accordingly so as not to miss out on the potential opportunities that this presents their businesses.

Be part of the solution: what are pubs doing in the fight to tackle food waste?

Pubs guilty of wasting 41p per meal in food waste

By Robert Mann

According to research carried out by Waste & Resources Action Programme (WRAP), food waste represents a cost to the pub sector alone of £357m each year – equivalent to £8,000 for the average pub.

Not just in the bag: snacking has moved on from classic crisps and nuts to include tasty insects and exotic flavours

What are the latest trends in bagged snacks?

By Nikkie Sutton

Health tops the consumer agenda, even when it comes to pub snacks. As a result, producers are taking this into consideration when launching new brands