Food trends

Beneficial to business: How breakfast can help profits

Open all hours: how to capitalise on the demand for breakfast

By Georgina Townshend

Brexit may have dented consumer confidence in the UK, but eating out is still booming, and with breakfast becoming an increasingly important part of the mix, more and more pubs have been dipping their toes into the early morning market

For more than two centuries, the tradition of the full English has been embraced across British society

The history of breakfast

By Jo Bruce

Breakfast hasn’t always been the British institution it is now. The Morning Advertiser takes a look at the evolution of breakfast since the 1300s and how the ‘full English’ has managed to embed itself into the British psyche.

Menu choice: a gourmet open sandwich is just one option for showcasing eggs

Pub brunch and breakfast trends revealed

By Nikkie Sutton

Eggs, Millennials and food-to-go are the latest trends operators need to look out for in their brunch and breakfast offer, according to foodservice bakery company Kara.

Crackling offer: UK's first crackling menu on offer in London

Ale house launches 'first' crackling menu

By Helen Gilbert

A London alehouse has debuted what it claims is the UK’s first ‘crackling menu’ aimed at complementing the venue’s craft-ale offering.

On the rise: 'slow' products have grown by around 214% since 2010

Slow food tops 2017's culinary trends

By Nikkie Sutton

Reducing food waste and slow-cooked food are the two main trends operators must keep an eye out for this year, according to research from Mintel.