Tag: Food

The Top Food Trends You Need To Know In 2017

Does your shopping list this week include seaweed, savoury yoghurt and jackfruit? Well, it should because these are some of the top new food trends for 2017. 2016 was a big year for weird and wonderful healthy food trends – all hitting our Instagram feeds. We saw the arrival of spiralized vegetables, sweet potato toast,

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Ella Farthing, Account Assistant  •  23rd Jan 17

Fighting Food Waste

Did you know, 1.9 million tonnes of food was wasted along the supply chain during 2014/15? The leader in helping organisations achieve greater resource efficiency, WRAP, conducted a Food Waste Report with research from Dr Julian Parfitt, one of the world’s leading authorities on food waste. Food redistribution is becoming a big issue in the

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Natasha Sharma, Account Manager  •  7th Jun 16

Are emoji’s changing the (winky smiley) face of marketing in the food and drink industry?

There’s no question that mobile phones are dramatically changing the way we experience food; the way we interact with people when we are around food; and the way we connect with and share eating out experiences. Whether we are uploading #foodporn photos, or ‘Checking In’ to the latest trendy restaurants, or even taking to the

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Food Inflation Time Bomb

As if the current economic climate isn’t enough of a challenge for foodservice operators to contend with, the relentless inflation of global food prices is adding to the pressure. The latest United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organisation’s index of 55 food commodities has jumped 197.1 points to the highest level since 2008. This is clearly

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Cirkle  •  8th Nov 10

Social media to drive product recalls

A new survey from shows that one in five people have spiked their own food with something to avoid paying for it. It does seem remarkably high and pretty appalling given the lengths brand owners go to to develop the highest quality products whilst adhering to stringent and complex manufacturing processes. Occasionally however things

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Cirkle  •  25th Aug 10