With price increases and shortages becoming more frequent, we want to make sure we’re addressing the right questions. What are you most concerned about?
Posts tagged with "food-prices"
Our research has shown time and time again how strongly people across the UK feel about upholding our food standards. Here’s a recap of the progress we’ve made.
Trade deals with the US and others could see our high standards torn up. Here’s why we’re demanding the government uphold these hard-won protections.
Professor Dame Sally Davies, Chief Medical Officer for England and Chief Medical Advisor to the Government, explains how the country can tackle obesity.
Woody Johnson has dismissed farming and food production in Europe as a ‘museum of agriculture’ – but is that really the case?
Ever ended up buying more food and drink than you intended? How did it happen? Our guest Heather Peace of Food Standards Scotland explains how ‘upsizing’ works.
As Christmas approaches, it’s sometimes easy to become swept up in the frenzy of present buying without checking details. Have you ever returned an item after a little more research?
A shortage of CO2 gas across Europe continues to affect the supply and production of food and drinks. Have you noticed the impact just yet?
The price of butter hit a record seasonal high in April, fuelled by consumer demand and limited milk supplies. If you’re concerned by costs, are there alternatives?
Paying for your weekly or monthly shop has undeniably become more expensive in some cases since the Brexit vote. So where are the price rises hitting you most? (Brexit and price rises…)
A meal or drink out is a nice treat. But faced with so many options on the menu and a small window to decide what to have, how much attention do you actually pay to what you ordered? (ordering food and drink…)
We’re coming up to autumn – the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness, of hearty stews and warming pies. And the return of The Great British Bake Off. (more on budget baking…)
This week, it hit the news that Tesco had been overcharging customers by advertising expired deals on its shelves that were no longer valid at its tills. So would you spot a missed offer?
According to research, you could well be serving up your cheapest ever Christmas dinner this year – that’s if you’re willing to shop around for it. So do you know what the cost of your Christmas dinner is likely to be?