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Marco Pierre White’s Steakhouse Bar and Grill at Cadbury House launches new menu

Marco Pierre White’s Steakhouse Bar and Grill at Cadbury House launches new menu

Diners at Marco Pierre White’s Steakhouse Bar and Grill within the DoubleTree by Hilton, Cadbury House hotel in Congresbury are set to be spoilt for choice, as the popular restaurant has unveiled its brand new menu.

A nation of recyclers: 95% of Brits recycle

A nation of recyclers: 95% of Brits recycle

It’s a familiar sight – a multitude of bins, bags and crates lined up outside our homes. Indeed, new research from Mintel confirms the nation’s “waste not, want not” mentality as today just 5% of Brits say their households do not recycle.

On a high: Coffee shop sales to top £3 billion in 2016

On a high: Coffee shop sales to top £3 billion in 2016

Coffee shops, it seems no UK high-street is complete without one, and proving consumers passion for espressos, lattes and cappuccinos, new research from Mintel reveals that this year coffee shop sales are set to reach a record new high as the market tops £3 billion.

29% of UK online grocery shoppers are shopping for groceries more online now than a year ago

29% of UK online grocery shoppers are shopping for groceries more online now than a year ago

The days of heading to the supermarket are over for some Brits as they trade trolleys for home delivery.

Advances in undercover growing brings salad to London tunnels

Sitting thirty-three metres underneath the busy streets of Clapham, a disused air raid shelter from the Second World War is currently producing sustainable and fresh produce, thanks to a new initiative called Growing Underground.

Britain’s gadget lovers spent £897 million on small kitchen appliances in 2015

Britain’s gadget lovers spent £897 million on small kitchen appliances in 2015

We are a nation of kitchen gadget lovers, indeed, new research from Mintel finds sales of small kitchen appliances booming as Britain’s households are estimated to have chopped, whisked and blended their way through a record breaking £897 million worth of the very latest electrical kitchen gadgets in 2015.

Treat your mum to a stress-free Sunday with Slug and Lettuce

For those looking for the perfect way to spoil their Mothers this March, leading restaurant and bar chain, the Slug and Lettuce will be keeping the costs of the food bill down by offering families a set meal of three courses from £12*.

Seven reasons you buy local veg

Buying local veg is becoming a popular trend, as people turn to clean eating and look for better sources to purchase their food from.

Island Records launches Session IPA beer with its own playlists

Island Records launches Session IPA beer with its own playlists

Legendary record label Island Records are launching an exciting new music inspired beer to the UK craft beer market.

Marco stops by to inspect new grounds at Cadbury House

Marco stops by to inspect new grounds at Cadbury House

Renowned chef Marco Pierre White has paid a special visit to his restaurant in Congresbury to oversee recent works completed on the grounds.

Lager struggles to retain its fizz as usage drops to a half of Brits

Lager struggles to retain its fizz as usage drops to a half of Brits

It seems that Britain’s lager segment is struggling to retain its fizz, as it faces particularly strong competition from the rising popularity of ales and bitters, whose success has been fuelled by the craft beer boom. Indeed, new research from market intelligence agency Mintel reveals that 49% of Brits drank lager in 2015, down from 54% in 2014.

Burns Night at top North Somerset hotel

Burns Night at top North Somerset hotel

A traditional evening of Haggis, whisky and bagpipes in celebration of the famous Scottish poet Robert Burns is taking place at the region’s premier hotel.

Game sales set to leap through the £100 million mark

Game sales set to leap through the £100 million mark

Sales of game meat in the UK expected to reach £106 million in 2015 as usage of venison has grown from from 13% to 17% over the last 12 months.

Brits aged under 35 are the most likely to drink gin

Brits aged under 35 are the most likely to drink gin

Whilst the ‘gin revival’ has been in full swing for a number of years, younger consumers are now really ‘be-gin-ning’ to drive this spirit to new heights.

Fight the fat with... pasta

Pasta has become public enemy number one with dieters over the last few years. As many of us kick start 2016 with weight loss on our minds, an unusual form of spaghetti could change people’s views however.