January is a great time to try out new healthy menu choices – but do punters really want pubs to chuck out the burgers and bring on the butternut squash?
"Pub grub" and "healthy eating" might not traditionally have seemed like phrases that belonged in the same sentence...
Christmas and New Year celebrations are over… but don’t forget the first opportunity of 2019 to boost your profits.
Pubs are set to be consulted on food waste strategies as a new 'champion' to help drive government strategy on the issue has been announced.
New data from home delivery firm Just Eat suggests a growing number of Brits are ordering takeaways on Christmas Day.
Trash fish, nostalgic dishes and foraged ingredients are among the four 'mega' food trends set to influence 2019, according to foodservice firm Bidfood.
Plans on reducing the impact of potato growing and manufacturing on the environment have been outlined in Farm Frites’ first global sustainability report.
A trend which has caused much division between people, but one thing is for sure – it is popular. So is it time to get the beloved dish onto your pub menu?
Brussels sprouts tea, anyone? Mince-pie in a Yorkshire pudding?
Inapub takes a look at what pubs can expect as the biggest food trends next year.
An essential part of Christmas is pigs in blankets – but how about cows in quilts?
Want to know what hot new food products at hitting pub kitchens? Check out Inapub's new monthly round-up.
Time to ditch the hot dogs for a Po'boy? The top trending American dishes due to land in the UK have been revealed by McCain Foodservice.
A pub in York called The Shoulder of Mutton has changed its name due to plans to serve vegan and vegetarian food.
The anticipated food trends for 2019 have been revealed by Whole Foods network of buyers and experts.
Here are six top tips to help you capitalise on the opportunity of Chinese New Year, which in 2019 falls on February 5.
The focus on doing a Christmas roast menu can often mean pubs miss another obvious opportunity: festive bar snacks.
The EU has said firms or individuals cannot copyright the taste of a food in a landmark case involving a Dutch cheese.