News

  • Record number of products unveiled at TasteWales

    21 February 2019 News
    Over 100 new food and drink products will be launched by the food and drink industry at the forthcoming BlasCymru/TasteWales international trade event, which takes place from 20th to 21st March
  • Indie organics sales grow 6.2%

    20 February 2019 News
    Indie retail is a key sector driving growth in sales of organics, according to the Soil Association's new Organic Market 2019 report
  • Viewpoint: Renee Elliot

    18 February 2019 News
    The founder of Planet Organic and co-founder of Beluga Bean shares the journey towards a better life and planet
  • NFU looks to the future of farming

    18 February 2019 News
    A new report from the NFU looking at a post-Brexit food and farming industry considers how social, technological and environmental changes could impact British farms
  • TREND WATCH: Trash cooking

    18 February 2019 News
    If you use every last crust, fish skin and apple peel, you’re not mean, you’re on-trend, says Sally-Jayne Wright
  • Wine buyers welcome back Tre Bicchieri

    14 February 2019 News
    Next month sees the return to London of Tre Bicchieri, the trade and press event that showcases 50 of the most distinguished cellars in Italian wine production
  • FRA annual conference approaches

    13 February 2019 News
    The annual conference of the Farm Retailing Association (FRA), previously known as FARMA, will take place in Oxford this month, bringing a network of farm retailers and suppliers together for a packed programme of conference seminars, workshops, trade stands and a roving networking dinner
  • Are food markets the future of retail?

    12 February 2019 News
    Opening a store can be an expensive business, especially if you are a young entrepreneur or seeking to experiment with a new concept. Opting for a market stall or pop up shop is proving to be a popular and extremely viable alternative, says Angela Youngman
  • Stockpiling: a Brexit dilemma

    08 February 2019 Brexit
    A Brexit-weary industry is divided in its preparations for possible disruption ahead, according to Speciality Food readers
  • Norfolk Deli launches Brexit-themed gift hampers

    05 February 2019 Brexit
    Award-winning Norfolk Deli has launched its own range of 'Brexit Hampers', which are full of artisan food that will appeal to "both sides of the divide"
  • “We work as a big family”

    04 February 2019 News
    Community-owned shops are waning, but there's much to be gained says Beverley Griggs of Wrabness Community Shop
  • The Independent Shopper: Paul Welburn

    01 February 2019 News
    Paul Welburn, executive chef at Michelin-starred The Oxford Kitchen, on the local produce that makes him tick
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