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You can't copyright the taste of food, apparently

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.

You can't copyright the taste of food, apparently
Do you have what it takes to be a Nutella champion?

Do you have what it takes to be a Nutella champion?

Do you have a great Nutella recipe? Now is your chance to take on other chefs and pubs to be considered the best of the best.

 

 

Do you have what it takes to be a Nutella champion?
Meat tax? The journey to "unhealthy" food and drink taxation continues

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.

Meat tax? The journey to "unhealthy" food and drink taxation continues
Have you been eating burgers the wrong way?

Have you been eating burgers the wrong way?

According to an article, we should be eating burgers upside down. Yep, that's right, flip it over.

Have you been eating burgers the wrong way?
Pub chefs compete for "best of the best" menu

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.

 

Pub chefs compete for "best of the best" menu
Food critics may not like it, but plant based food is here to stay

Food critics may not like it, but plant based food is here to stay

The news that (former) Waitrose Food editor William Sitwell shot down ideas from a journalist for a plant based food column isn't reflective of the overall picture.

Food critics may not like it, but plant based food is here to stay
A third of people look for something "exotic" with condiments

A third of people look for something "exotic" with condiments

One in three people now want "exotic sauces" over British condiments when trying something new, according to new research.

A third of people look for something "exotic" with condiments
How a Michelin pub is taking advantage of "gastronomic tourism"

How a Michelin pub is taking advantage of "gastronomic tourism"

One of the UK's top Michelin starred pubs has added log cabin accommodation, illustrating the growing trend of gastronomic tourism.

How a Michelin pub is taking advantage of "gastronomic tourism"
Five winter warmers for your pub

Five winter warmers for your pub

The nights have drawn in, the fires have been lit, and it is time to put some warming grub on the menu. Inapub offers five winter dishes for you.

Five winter warmers for your pub
Irish pub in Manchester wins best chef in Europe award

Irish pub in Manchester wins best chef in Europe award

 

A Manchester pub has beaten off competition from around Europe to win an award for the Irish pub with the best chef in Europe.

 

Irish pub in Manchester wins best chef in Europe award
The nation's favourites, perfectly portioned

The nation's favourites, perfectly portioned

 

We all know just how important it is to provide our customers with the things they want, in the way they want them.

 

The nation's favourites, perfectly portioned
Publicans can grab Christmas dinner for £2 a plate

Publicans can grab Christmas dinner for £2 a plate

A festive menu with all the trimming for only £2 per plate is being offered by BB Foodservice.

Publicans can grab Christmas dinner for £2 a plate
These are the pubs with Michelin stars

These are the pubs with Michelin stars

The annual list of French tyremaker Michelin's best restaurants has been announced - and a few new food pubs have made the list. 

These are the pubs with Michelin stars
The ultimate Christmas showstopper dishes

The ultimate Christmas showstopper dishes

The news that supermarket chain Aldi has launched a footlong pig in blanket got Inapub thinking...what are the ultimate showstopper Christmas dishes?

The ultimate Christmas showstopper dishes
A guide to seasonal produce

A guide to seasonal produce

 

Here is the Inapub guide to autumn and winter seasonal produce in 2018.

 

A guide to seasonal produce
Majority of pub operators claim Brexit already having negative impact

Majority of pub operators claim Brexit already having negative impact

 

Brexit anxiety is hitting the confidence of pub and bar operators, according to a new survey by CGA and Fourth.

 

Majority of pub operators claim Brexit already having negative impact
Pubs consulted on calorie labelling with BBPA warning of cost burden

Pubs consulted on calorie labelling with BBPA warning of cost burden

Public consultation on the introduction of calorie labelling for food and drink eaten out of home – including in pubs – has begun.

 

Pubs consulted on calorie labelling with BBPA warning of cost burden
The top 5 rice dishes for pubs

The top 5 rice dishes for pubs

With National Rice Week coming up between Monday 17 and Sunday 23 September, Inapub looks at the top rice dishes for pubs.

The top 5 rice dishes for pubs
This is the best pub burger in Britain...

This is the best pub burger in Britain...

The winner of the inaugural Inapub Britain's Best Pub Burger competition in association with Shipyard Beer has been announced.

 

This is the best pub burger in Britain...
Fed up of soggy chips? The question may have been answered...

Fed up of soggy chips? The question may have been answered...

One of the world's largest potato firms, Lamb Weston, claims to have solved the dilemma of the soggy chip with its new concept, Hot2Home.

Fed up of soggy chips? The question may have been answered...

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