If you’re keeping up, and I hope you are, you’ll remember we recently blogged about the increase in people adopting a flexitarian diet. Now, according to research, one in twelve people in the UK will be telling the turkey to
Perhaps reports of cod being substituted by other cheaper fish doesn’t generate the same horror as the horse meat fraud did, but it’s still a matter of huge concern. Too many people are too concerned about making money and increasing
Remember our old friend Nostradamus? That 16th century seer famed for his end of the world predictions? These Armageddon theories and predictions have never been high on my list of concerns, but the latest round of 5G horror stories and
As a food marketing consultant, one of the questions I’m most frequently asked is how to go about menu planning. So we’ve put together some of our top tips to help you develop a menu planning strategy that will put
Buzz words seem to have become more common with the viral effects of the internet. One of today’s more popular ones is ‘flexitarian’. Although the term was coined in the 1990s, flexitarianism is a sensible eating trend that’s really growing in popularity now, and it delivers a wealth of benefits. It’s estimated that today there are around 22 million flexitarians in the UK alone!
I’ve been really heartened by the number of people on social media and in the press offering to help the homeless this Christmas. The number of people sleeping rough on the streets of England has risen by over 50% in
When we think of the war years, we think of rationing, the blitz, camaraderie, and a nation of patriots digging up their lawns in the name of victory. Even more than seventy years later, the war years still have a
Well, unless you’ve been in Outer Mongolia for the past month or you’re already too embroiled in the up-and-coming Olympics (go team GB!), you couldn’t have failed to notice that ethical food has been hitting the news headlines of late.