Food & Drink

Buy Green Curry Paste Wholesale

Now retailers around the globe can import a range of Thai curry pastes that are sure to please their customers. With the growing popularity of Thai cuisine worldwide, every grocery retailer should stock a line of curry pastes to satisfy their customers who enjoy this exotic and complex cuisine...

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The month of Veganuary seeing lots of us turning to meat free alternatives

Millions of us eating meat free meals in Veganuary

Millions of flexitarian Brits plan to eat more vegetarian food this year in a bid to be more environmentally friendly - and impress people on Instagram.

Research of 2,000 adults unveiled nearly a third (31 per cent) plan on eating more meat-free products in 2021 compared to last year.

The data revealed that Londoners are embracing plant-based more than any other region (46...

Menu, food

Things to do when your customers clamour for new items on the menu

As a business owner, it’s important to always listen to what your customers want. They are the backbone of your business. Without their support, your business won't succeed. Therefore, if you run a restaurant or a bakery, you need to listen to what your customers want from you. If they are clamouring for something new on the menu, you should try to address the concern.

Determine the...

Thanks to Just Eat many homeless and vulnerable people could eat this christmas

Christmas Meal Appeal raised more than £600k to help feed homeless and vulnerable

Funds for more than 120,000 meals have been donated to vulnerable and homeless people across the country in time for Christmas, thanks to the Just Eat Christmas Meal Appeal launched in partnership with charities Social Bite and FoodCycle.

The initiative which launched on 7th December with emotional pleas from a host of celebrities including Dame Helen Mirren, Rob Brydon and Sir Chris...

How many planks do you need to do to burn off your fave festive treats

Burning off those extra holiday calories

With the timeless phrase “why not, it’s Christmas?” uttered throughout the festive season, is it any wonder many of us come to regret overindulgence in the New Year when the Christmas weight just won’t budge.

With this in mind, the experts at GolfSupport.com decided to look into how many exercises we’d have to do to burn off our favourite festive foods.

After finding the top...

How to make the perfect Christmas dinner

Head Chef Tips for a Perfect Christmas Dinner

As Christmas Day edges ever closer, the impending stress of cooking Christmas dinner is upon us once again. This year, head Chef tutor, Andrew Dixon from five-star hotel The Grand, York ’s cookery school, has given his top tips for creating the perfect meal.

From perfecting crispy roasties, to managing the veg knowing how long to cook the turkey, he’s got it covered.

How do...

Two-thirds of consumers are more likely to buy British to support producers

No shortage of Stilton this Christmas

Figures released today by the Stilton Cheese Makers Association (SCMA), which represents the UK’s Stilton producers, show that sales are 16%* down for the year to date due to the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting disruption to the country’s hospitality and events industry. The trade body says that Christmas is even more important than ever before to the industry and other British...

Hash browns are being voted over toast in new survey results

Is the English breakfast becoming Americanised?

Could it be the end of the traditional English breakfast?

Brits have said they now prefer the American hash brown on their breakfast plate over the traditional slice of toast or buttered bread, according to new research published to celebrate National English Breakfast Day (December 2nd).

The popular American food item, usually found in food diners across North America seems...

Christmas 2020 could mean that we’re going to be buying and not eating far too much.

Stop fattening up turkeys and reduce food waste for Christmas 2020

It’s going to be a socially distanced Christmas, and this is going to lead to massive food waste.

With fewer people in households celebrating the festive season, it looks like we’re going to be buying – and not eating – far too much Christmas food.

That means, according to food waste collection company BusinessWaste.co.uk , we’ll be wasting more than usual as people scale...

Cheesecake is the Nation's favourite cake

Cheesecake is voted Britain's favourite cake

Cheesecake has been voted Britain’s favourite cake, according to new research.

Cheesecake scooped 42% of the vote in a national poll conducted by food delivery app Foodhub, narrowly beating Chocolate cake (41%) Victoria sponge (32%) and the Brownie (31%).

Bakewell Tart (27%) and Christmas Cake (24%) are amongst the nation’s other choices with souffle being the least popular...

Simple tips for making healthier snacking choices at home

Snacking at home - top tips

With more people staying at home during the working day, due to COVID-19, the temptation to reach into the snack cupboard and graze on less healthy food, such as crisps, biscuits, chocolate, sweets and cake, may be high. Regularly snacking on foods that are high in energy (calories), fat, sugar and salt can increase your risk of developing heart disease and type 2 diabetes.

Here’s...