Wanted. One large, robust brick wall – needed for head bashing exercise for frustrated food marketer and common sense advocate who is in despair over hospital food.
If you’re an organic food aficionado, or a grower who has survived the downturn in recent years, you’ll be pleased to hear the indications are that organics are once again a force to be reckoned with. And from where I’m
Fancy a cuppa? Well take my advice and walk straight past Costa Coffee and head for Pret A Manger instead. Until Costa reverses it’s policy on throwing away perfectly good food each day – keep walking! And while you’re at
Okay, I know I bang on about food waste – a lot. But it’s an important subject and one that I’m passionate about. Here at Nina & Co., we’re loving this ingenious solution which will help reduce the amount of
Anyone who knows me will tell you I’m not short of words. You only have to read my blog to work that one out. But a couple of weeks ago, I was… err… um… ahhh… almost struck dumb! The
I love innovative businesses. I love innovative food businesses even more. Top of my list of favourites right now is Naomi’s Café Bar in Banbury. Why? Because customers never grumble about their bill – because they only pay what they
Food, glorious food. With Christmas just a few days away, people the world over are planning their menus and frantically writing their shopping lists to ensure their tables are laden for the big day. As the food retailers prepare for
Gotcha! You thought this blog was going to be about burgers, tasteless, mass-market ready-meals and greasy kebabs, didn’t you? No doubt you were bracing yourself for one of my rants on junk food and the need for more cookery education.
As you’ve probably seen in the news, the scandal about overstated profits and Richard Broadbent’s resignation has dealt another blow to supermarket giant, Tesco. Excuse me if I don’t lose any sleep over this, but I for one, am delighted
With the new university year looming, newbie students are preparing to leave home. For some of them, it will be first time in their lives that they’ve lived without the support of good old Mum and Dad. But how
This week I’ve been reading about the amazing work being done by food banks. Inevitably, it’s got me thinking. First I give heartfelt thanks that we are fortunate enough to be able to put food on the table ourselves and
The food industry is drowning in legislation that is, so we’re told, to protect us – the consumers. That’s very fine and wonderful and I’m all in favour of protecting our vital food chain, but in my opinion, this latest