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The evolution of taste: flavours of the past, present and future
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Waitrose is the latest supermarket to axe best before dates from fresh produce
7 plant-based trends and innovations we’ve seen so far in 2022
11 brands’ reformulated HFSS-compliant products
France pauses ban on ‘meaty’ labels for plant-based products
Plant-based products cheaper than meat in the Netherlands as inflation hits traditional farming
MPs call for improved Geographical Indication policy for British food and drink in new report
Sainsbury’s invests £1M to support black-led businesses ‘from start-up to supermarket shelves’
Back to the 80s: with food inflation nearing its highest level in 40 years, is the worst yet to come?
Inflation hits 40-year high of 9.4% as annual grocery bills increase by £454
Future PM must do more to support UK food and drink, FDF CEO tells Tory leadership candidates
Rude food: when brand names have a different meaning in other countries
Non-alcoholic gin: here’s everything you need to know
Non-alcoholic wine: what makes it different to grape juice?
Scientists and MPs urge ban on cancer-causing nitrite used in bacon production
Greggs opens its first Eco Shop to test out sustainable in-store initiatives
Heinz products back on Tesco shelves after companies reach an agreement over price hike
Alternative protein transition accelerated by health and climate conscious consumers, study says
Where are they now? Products that have disappeared from the supermarket shelves