Shoppers should ignore the exotic recipes dreamed up by celebrity chefs and stick to processed food if they want to help cut Britain s food waste problem, according to a new study.
Food and drink is headlining at a new kind of festival where the music plays second fiddle to grocery brands and celebrity chefs. But how much of an appetite is there for such events, asks Samantha Lyster
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The global grocery sector has few rivals when it comes to sheer size, growth rate and appetite. Here are the players leaving the rest of the competition behind
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