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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.

The ultimate fast Chicken Satay Salad

The ultimate fast Chicken Satay Salad

This autumn, LEON the ‘Naturally Fast Food’ chain will unveil an exclusive new dish, made in collaboration with professional chef, food writer and TV presenter, Gizzi Erskine.

Chocolate, chillis and red wine: The nation’s favourite mealtime boosts

Chocolate, chillis and red wine: The nation’s favourite mealtime boosts

Brits are boosting their favourite dish of spaghetti bolognese … with chocolate.

Food charity launches ‘back to school’ fruit appeal

Food charity launches ‘back to school’ fruit appeal

Ahead of the new school term starting in September, national food redistribution charity, FareShare is calling for more fresh fruit suppliers to provide surplus produce to the charity, to help hundreds of breakfast clubs give children a healthy start to their day.

The cleanest protein bars around

The cleanest protein bars around

The Primal Pantry, the brand that brought you the UK’s cleanest snack bars are releasing a new range of completely natural protein bars to fuel your goals.

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.

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.