Is GBBO’s momentum running out?
Brits are eating more seafood than five years ago - but are still falling short of dietary recommendations, according to new data.
Unilever is expected to turn Dollar Shave Club into a global male grooming power player
Butterworth & Son Suffolk Special Blend: acid test Subscription
The tea category is at risk of going off the boil, with value sales cooling by 3.5% to £579.8m
What's behind the return of the independent butcher? Subscription
In 2016, after years of decline, the number of independent butchers went up for the first time on record
More than 6,000 peel & share packs will be included in Degustobox
Are packed lunches boxing clever?
Sales through the major multiples have surpassed those of painkillers
Value is melting away as brands have had to slash prices
What secret is Scotland food and drink hiding under its kilt?
With more retailers bringing frozen luxury products to the masses under the banner of own label, how are the sector’s biggest brands performing?
Is extra virgin olive’s dominance of the market, with its 22.6% value share, under threat?
Sales are booming, up 6.2% to £268.6m on volumes up 7.2%
What can be learnt from Warbies? And who else is managing to buck the downturn in the bread market, and how?
It’s not just pack formats that are changing, however; increasingly they’re being filled with baked snacks rather than potato crisps
Given Europe is already drinking less sugary pop, is it really to blame for our widening waistlines?
Rising demand drives up yellowfin tuna prices Subscription
Thai canneries have been increasing their imports of yellowfin tuna
Global supplies are feeling the pinch from Chile’s toxic algae attack
Vertical integration offers better supply chain security, so why are more retailers not embracing it?
Back of the net: Aldi and Lidl go big on fish Subscription
After shaking up the fresh meat sector, Aldi and Lidl are turning their attention to fish – with great success