Even though Brits may well be especially fond of our own delicacies, other countries may not fully agree. But what does classic British food really involve?
Brits can expect to see a massive rejig of our weekly dinners over the next few decades which could see diners munching down jellyfish!
London Food Tech Week has been established to celebrate food technology, connect those working in the sector and encourage the spread of innovative ideas.
Research has revealed that 51% of people would prefer to eat local food even if it means they don’t have as much to choose from.
If you’ve got an event coming up and a lot of people to feed this Easter, then now is the perfect time to start planning.
A recent report has found that the biggest way to reduce your environmental impact is to avoid meat and dairy products. But would you serve lab-grown meat?
In order to balance out the sugar intake over the Easter weekend, it could be a good idea to give up the sweet stuff in the weeks leading up to April 21st.
St Patrick’s Day is a great excuse to celebrate & treat their employees to some delicious alternative new recipes.
New research has revealed that food waste worth £16 billion is chucked away in the UK each and every year.
According to the latest statistics,, 2018 represents the seventh consecutive year of growth for the organic food sector.