Food

Indulgence: Brits want to let loose this Christmas

Gluten-free and vegetarian off the Christmas menu

By Nicholas Robinson

Free-from foods have fallen to the bottom of Brits’ Christmas party food wish lists, while traditional turkey and British cuisine top the charts, new research has claimed.

Health kick: some 20% of consumers are willing to pay more for snacks with nutritional benefits

Snacks: it's in the bag

By Emma Eversham

With a lot of innovation going on in bagged snacks, we take a look at the latest products on offer, whether it’s worth stocking bagged snacks, what the ideal range is and what consumers are looking for. Emma Eversham reports.

Cow pat: 58% of new burger additions to spring/summer 2017 menus are made with beef

In association with Farm Frites

Burgers: what's the future of the beefy beast?

By Michelle Perrett

They’ve been a staple of the British high street for many years now, but burgers, which are constantly being modified and reinvented, are still growing in popularity in an ever-widening variety of outlets. 

Sharp increase: the number of eggs contaminated with Fipronil rose by 3,233%

Fipronil egg scandal hits pubs

By Nikkie Sutton

Food suppliers to the pub trade have been implicated in the Fipronil egg scandal after it was discovered stock held by several businesses had been made using contaminated eggs. 

Calorie laden: pub food not healthy enough say critics

Critics shame pub food as unhealthy

By Nicholas Robinson

Pubs have been criticised for supplying unhealthy food to children that falls “far behind” the standards of the retail sector.

Feisty feedback: The Burger Bros site has responded to critics on TripAdvisor (pic credit: John Baker)

Burger bar's tirade at internet reviewers

By Nikkie Sutton

A Kent bar has hit back at TripAdvisor reviews calling one user a “fantasist”, another “opinionated, rude and ignorant” and one other user “insane”.