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The food trends for 2019

The anticipated food trends for 2019 have been revealed by Whole Foods network of buyers and experts.

Festive fun for all the family

For many people Christmas is about spending time with the family. So how do you ensure at least some of that time is spent with you?

Heineken has resumed brewing its flagship lager in the UK.

The brewer said the decision was nothing to do with Brexit but had been planned for some time as part of its global commitment to more sustainable brewing.

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Heineken 0.0 – fastest growing brand in low & no alcohol

With 50 per cent of consumers now moderating their alcoholic intake (IPSOS) and 15 per cent stating they would visit pubs more often if there were better non-alcoholic drinks available (Poplus Pub Survey), it is clear to see a significant ...

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An Old Mout app has raised £20,000 to help save the kiwi bird

Brand-owner Heineken partnered with Mitchells & Butlers to launch the app in May, which has since been downloaded by over 34,000 players and been played over 500,000 times.

Take a look at CAMRA's Pub of the Year finalists

The final four pubs in CAMRA's annual Pub of the Year competition have been revealed.

Here's the lowdown.

 

WKD cocktail baubles hit pubs in time for Christmas

From tree-tops to bar-tops these baubles are designed for sharing cocktails.

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You can't copyright the taste of food, apparently

The EU has said firms or individuals cannot copyright the taste of a food in a landmark case involving a Dutch cheese.

Meat tax? The journey to "unhealthy" food and drink taxation continues

Alcohol tax, sugar tax... meat tax? We could be seeing further food and drink taxation down the road, according to new research.

Pub chefs compete for "best of the best" menu

Chefs from independent family brewer and pub operator Wadworth are competing for the company's best of the best menu.

 

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Sky nets basketball rights

Sky Sports has announced a four-year deal to be the exclusive NBA broadcaster.

Wiltshire pub installs digital hub for community wellbeing

A Wiltshire pub has launched a free digital hub to support community wellbeing.

Trad v Modern: who wins the pub quiz?

Should you embrace the smartphone and make it part of the pub quiz experience, or fine anyone who dares ask Google for an answer.

We put the traditional pub quiz up against a snazzy app-based quiz company. ...


Comedian James Dowdeswell and CAMRA publish The Pub Manifesto

You work in a pub, you probably live in a pub too, and undoubtedly eat and drink in one, so why not read about pubs in your spare time too?

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Heineken 0.0 – fastest growing brand in low & no alcohol

With 50 per cent of consumers now moderating their alcoholic intake (IPSOS) and 15 per cent stating they would visit pubs more often if there were better non-alcoholic drinks available (Poplus Pub Survey), it is clear to see a significant shift has taken place in consumers making their drink choices. Consumers now want non-alcoholic options without compromising on taste.