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Deliveroo to retain manual delivery as it grows

Deliveroo to retain manual delivery as it grows

Maybe robots aren't the future for everyone regardless of what sci-fi movies have been telling us for years.

Brits carve their meat intake

Brits carve their meat intake

Move over ‘meat and two veg’, it seems that many Brits today are following the ‘meat alternative and two veg’ mantra.

How food businesses are moving away from brick & mortar establishments

There has been a rise in how many food and drink events are being hosted on the Eventbrite platform each year, the firm has found.

Start-Up Guides: Running a Small Food Business

When you’re running a small food business for the first time, whether it’s a kiosk, a café or a restaurant, you’re going to need to know how to handle, store and serve the food that you sell.

What’s on the Great British menu?

Us Brits are big on food. We’ve got big opinions on our favourite meals, how they should be eaten and with whom. What’s our attitude to dinner in particular? Oldrids & Downtown, providers of dinner sets, finds out…

Online grocery clicks in the UK: Sales set to surpass £11 billion in 2017

Online grocery clicks in the UK: Sales set to surpass £11 billion in 2017

Brits are increasingly taking advantage of fresh milk and frozen peas being just a click away. Indeed, new research from Mintel on online grocery retailing in the UK forecasts sales to reach £11.1 billion in 2017, up from an estimated £9.9 billion in 2016.

Pub grub props up bar sales

Pub grub props up bar sales

Brits’ growing love of pub grub is plating up success for the pub industry. According to new research from Mintel, sales of pub meals grew by an estimated 14% between 2012 and 2016 to reach £7.4 billion. In the same time period, sales of alcoholic drinks grew by 6%, while soft drink sales rose by 7%.

Man cave shifts from shed to kitchen: Men more confident with cooking than DIY

Man cave shifts from shed to kitchen: Men more confident with cooking than DIY

The bank holiday weekend is fast approaching – traditionally a time for DIY, however, new research from Mintel reveals Britain’s young men are more confident with a pastry brush than a paint brush.

2.9 million adults never recycle their plastic bottles

2.9 million adults never recycle their plastic bottles

Millions of Brits admit they never recycle plastic bottles, a study has found.

Oldrids and Downtown - Household food trends

We Brits love our grub. We’ve got big opinions on our favourite meals, how they should be eaten and with whom. What’s our attitude to dinner in particular? Oldrids & Downtown, providers of dinner sets, finds out.

Marco Pierre White launches new cookbook 'Essentially Marco'

Marco Pierre White launches new cookbook 'Essentially Marco'

The godfather of British cuisine, Marco Pierre White, has launched a new cookbook ‘Essentially Marco’ which is described as being “perfect for the home cook”.

Millions of people have no idea how their food is produced

Millions of people have no idea how their food is produced

Millions of people have no idea how their food is produced – with six in 10 admitting they didn’t realise dairy cows needed to be pregnant in order to produce milk, a study has found.

One third of people have had food stolen from a communal fridge

A survey has revealed that nearly one third of people, including office workers and students living in shared accommodation, have had their food stolen from a communal fridge.

Brits are only using half of the ingredient in their kitchens

Brits are only using half of the ingredient in their kitchens

“Culinary cluelessness” is causing millions of Brits to neglect half of the ingredients in their kitchen, a new study has revealed.

Brits spend more time watching food than they do cooking it

Brits spend more time watching food than they do cooking it

Brits are spending more than five hours a week consuming ‘food media’ – but just four hours actually cooking, a study has found.