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Posts tagged with "food"
Cheddar cheese on apple pie? Honey on pizza? Let’s talk about the food pairings that create your favourite flavour symphony.
With gyms, pubs, and restaurants able to reopen in England, are you returning to your local shops? Or are you sticking with shopping from home?
We each have our own traditions and preferences when it comes to Christmas dinner – but do Yorkshire puddings sit atop your plate?
(more on Christmas dinner…)
Sustainability is a major consideration for the food I buy, so I’m wondering if carbon pricing may be the way forward. I’d be interested to hear your views.
The end of July saw the government launch an obesity strategy that contains some bold ideas – but does it address the root causes?
We’ve written to the government to ask it to clarify its commitment to protecting UK food standards in light of future trade deals. Here’s our letter in full.
Food subscription boxes, local suppliers, and even restaurant meal kits have become popular options during lockdown. What meals-in-a-box have you been ordering?
How would you define ‘plant-based’? Our guest, Claire Milne of the Consumer & Public Interest Network, is requesting your input into the open public consultation.
With pubs and restaurants now allowed to reopen across the UK, I thought I’d see for myself what the ‘new normal’ was like. Have you ventured out yet?
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.
Do you pay attention to the recommended portion or serving sizes on food or drink? I’m wondering just how suitable a lot of them really are.
The pandemic has seen a resurgence of home cooking and baking, but are you making the most of your food in a safe way? Our guest from the FSA explains more.
We’re calling on the four UK governments to step up their efforts to support vulnerable households access food. Here’s why we want to see changes made.