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Do you have Britain’s Best Pub Burger?

Do you have Britain’s Best Pub Burger?

Do you think you have the best pub burger in Britain? Fancy winning a trip to the Shipyard brewery in Portland, Maine? Now is your chance!

Do you have Britain’s Best Pub Burger?
Pubs told to up their game on sugar reduction due to big dishes

Pubs told to up their game on sugar reduction due to big dishes

The first set of government figures from Public Health England (PHE) have shown pubs need to do more to reduce sugar in dishes.

Pubs told to up their game on sugar reduction due to big dishes
Fuller's creates total veggie and vegan menu

Fuller's creates total veggie and vegan menu

Fuller's has transformed the Fence in Farringdon into a vegetarian and vegan venue for the majority of May to celebrate all things plant-based and meat-free.

Fuller's creates total veggie and vegan menu
Wadworth celebrate Coeliac Awareness Week with gluten-free menus

Wadworth celebrate Coeliac Awareness Week with gluten-free menus

 

Wadworth, the brewer and operator based in Devizes, Wiltshire, is celebrating Coeliac Awareness Week - May14 to 20 - with the launch of gluten free menus.

 

Wadworth celebrate Coeliac Awareness Week with gluten-free menus
Hampshire sous chef takes Fuller's chef of the year award

Hampshire sous chef takes Fuller's chef of the year award

The sous chef at The Wykeham Arms, Winchester, Hampshire, has won the Fuller's Chef of the Year competition 2018.

Hampshire sous chef takes Fuller's chef of the year award
Stella Artois launches food pairing offer for pubs

Stella Artois launches food pairing offer for pubs

 

Olives are due to be offered with every Stella Artois for 50 pubs and bars across the UK, AB InBev has announced. 

 

Stella Artois launches food pairing offer for pubs
The food for the Royal Wedding has been revealed – and there are a few surprises...

The food for the Royal Wedding has been revealed – and there are a few surprises...

Are you planning a Royal Wedding menu for your pub? Well some of the food for the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has been announced - and sees the couple living up to their credentials as trend-setting Millennials.

The food for the Royal Wedding has been revealed – and there are a few surprises...
How the Mayor of London's new food strategy impacts pubs

How the Mayor of London's new food strategy impacts pubs

The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has set out an ambitious plan this morning (11 May) for the capital to increase healthy food across the eating out sector.

How the Mayor of London's new food strategy impacts pubs
Don't skimp on the portion size! Study shows bigger 'low energy' dishes can be better...

Don't skimp on the portion size! Study shows bigger 'low energy' dishes can be better...

 

Big portion sizes could actually be better than smaller ones, new research has revealed.

 

Don't skimp on the portion size! Study shows bigger 'low energy' dishes can be better...
The Oxford Charcoal Company makes gourmet charcoal

Now there’s artisan charcoal for your BBQ

Thinking of lighting the BBQ this bank holiday weekend? Maybe you should give some thought to the charcoal you're using...

The Oxford Charcoal Company makes gourmet charcoal
Dishes fit for a Royal Wedding

Dishes fit for a Royal Wedding

Both Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are passionate about food. So what dishes could you serve for a Royal Wedding menu to celebrate the forthcoming nuptials?

Dishes fit for a Royal Wedding
The White Post wins Britain's Best Pub Roast award

The White Post wins Britain's Best Pub Roast award

The winner of the MAGGI® Britain's Best Pub Roast competition has been announced by Inapub this morning.

The White Post wins Britain's Best Pub Roast award
Google study shows importance of local search and "being the best" pub

Google study shows importance of local search and "being the best" pub

Figures reveal that searches for "best" have grown by over 80 per cent in the past two years – such as "best local restaurant" (+83 per cent) and "best fries" (+73 per cent).

 

Google study shows importance of local search and "being the best" pub
Ruff deal? Now dogs get own pub meals

Ruff deal? Now dogs get own pub meals

Dog owners fed up of feeding their pets leftover chips and snacks in pubs can now offer tthem healthy pooch pub grub thanks to new brand, Bark Snacks.

 

Ruff deal? Now dogs get own pub meals
The five best ‘meat alternative’ dishes for your pub menu

The five best ‘meat alternative’ dishes for your pub menu

As French MPs say 'non' to 'sans viande' and ban the use of meat terms such as 'sausage' for vegan produce, Inapub celebrates the best meat-substitute dishes for your pubs.

The five best ‘meat alternative’ dishes for your pub menu
Pret "natural food" ban: how pubs can avoid making the same mistake

Pret "natural food" ban: how pubs can avoid making the same mistake

 

The Advertising Standards Authority has upheld a claim that Pret A Manger incorrectly described its food as "natural". Pubs should take note, here's why...

 

Pret "natural food" ban: how pubs can avoid making the same mistake
Top tips on tackling acrylamide

Top tips on tackling acrylamide

Following the introduction of legislation on acrylamide exposure earlier this week, here's some top tips to help make sure you comply.

 

Top tips on tackling acrylamide
Are you ready for the new food safety laws on acrylamide?

Are you ready for the new food safety laws on acrylamide?

A new paper has been produced to assist pubs with compliance on new food safety laws relating to acrylamide, which have now come into force.

Are you ready for the new food safety laws on acrylamide?
Should plastic food packaging follow plastic straws into the dustbin of history?

Should plastic food packaging follow plastic straws into the dustbin of history?

 

The growth of plastic food packaging is failing to reduce the rising food waste issue – and may even be making it worse – according to fresh research. 

 

Should plastic food packaging follow plastic straws into the dustbin of history?
Research suggests half of Brits would cut back on unhealthy food if taxed

Research suggests half of Brits would cut back on unhealthy food if taxed

 

New research has suggested that a tax on unhealthy food and drink, extending the current sugar levy, would result in almost half of all Brits cutting down on such items.

 

Research suggests half of Brits would cut back on unhealthy food if taxed

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