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  • The use of fictional farms on meat and poultry labelling that has people taking a step back.

  • Children are always going to want to eat things that are bad for them—sweets, junk food, frozen food—all solid favourites amongst kids. For several years now HFSS foods have been restricted from advertising directly to children, principally on television but not online...

  • The most emotive issue in UK politics right now is centred around potential 'Brexit' and the decision over whether to stay within the EU or not and according to an NFU series of studies, there are several possible outcomes for farming and food prices should the UK leave the EU.

  • What used to be a last resort is now being used by more and more people. The sad reality of the growing number of poor in the UK is that food banks have been under increasing pressure to provide food for people...

  • According to official figures, 3.5 million children are so overweight they are in danger of developing diabetes. But it was revealed in the news that more than a million children are still receiving lunches with poor nutritional content.

  • It has become a generally accepted fact of life that we need to do more to preserve our environment for future generations. one of the problems of mass-producing food is an over-reliance on certain foods and certain types of foods.

  • The Danish Food Cluster is looking at changing the food supply chain and the way the public consumes food. They are calling it "The Health Vision".

  • The traditional players like Tesco, Sainsbury's, Morrison's and Asda have had a battle on their hands—a battle for their very existence. The threat? The rise of discounted supermarket chains from the continent, namely Aldi and Lidl.

  • Chocolate eggs are now a multi-million pound business, found in every corner of the UK as we approach Easter...

  • The popularity of gyms is such that nearly every town in the UK has a selection of gyms to choose from - In light of this, it should come as little surprise that there is now a 'protein beer'!...

  • The second event will take place on Thursday 14th April at EUROFINS from 9.00 to 13.00 and will cover ‘Attracting Local Talent to the Danish Food Companies’.

  • Yourfoodjob.dk and Danish Food Cluster having joined together to host the first of many round table events.

  • Chinese New Year welcomed in the Year of the Monkey and with it, independent restaurants like Sichaun and Cantonese styles seem to be thriving in the UK market.

  • Valentine's Day is traditionally associated with Hallmark cards, but one pub in Norfolk found out that romance dies hard in the face of anonymous phone calls and death threats...

  • The UK's demand for curry currently makes up £4.5 billion of the country's economy. Despite this restauranteurs are struggling to import the spices due to rising costs. But also there is a scarcity of skilled chefs.

  • The Witney Food Festival is held in the gorgeous grounds of St. Mary's Church in Oxfordshire. This year it will be held on 21st May 2016...

  • There are a whopping four Vegfests in 2016 alone, in Brighton, Bristol, London and Scotland and is for those with a genuine interest in learning more about living on fruit and vegetables alone...

  • The Pommery Dorset Seafood festival, held on 9th and 10th of July 2016 in the Old Harbour Weymouth is organised to educate people on sustainability of catching fish but to also encourage people to eat fish

  • Held from 8th - 10th April 2016. The BBC Good Food Show will be taking place in Harrogate, and is a chance to meet some of the best celebrity chefs in the country and for budding chefs to join the growing list of exhibitors.

  • NPD jobs in Oxfordshire are particularly sought after due to the area's excellent transport links and natural beauty.