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Quids in: a pub is serving a Sunday roast for less than the price of a packet of pork scratchings

Is this the cheapest Sunday lunch in Britain?

By Robert Mann

With pub roast dinners in Britain generally costing between £10 and £20 – one pub appears to be bucking the trend after claims it sells the ‘cheapest Sunday lunch in England’.

Cure from UK? A swine flu crisis in Africa has hit the Chinese bacon market

Bacon prices on the rise

By Nikkie Sutton

Bacon prices could be about to soar thanks to increased demand on British stock from China, according to research.

Social impact: guest editor Heath Ball believes social media has made the whole experience of eating out a soulless, faceless transaction

Analysis

Is social media creating unrealistic expectations around food?

By Robert Mann

With an unprecedented rise in social media use, TV food shows and a younger generation becoming the heavy hitter of purchasing, are customers expecting too much of the difficult and time-consuming skill of cooking? In this Spotlight, commissioned by The...

Peaks and troughs: independent and branded pubs continue battle for footfall

Managed pub traffic boost contrary to independent decline

By Nicholas Robinson

Independent pub operators have taken a further hit in the food footfall battle, as branded operations increased custom despite an overall market decline, potentially drawing further attention to pubcos strengthening their managed estates.

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