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Survey finds Iceland and Lidl are home to the best value Christmas dinner

1st November 2016 12:32

Survey finds Iceland and Lidl are home to the best value Christmas dinner: According to an annual taste test, those who are looking for the best value Christmas dinner and nibbles should visit the discount supermarkets, Lidl and Iceland, who boast the best… Read more...


Survey finds Coca-Cola bottle is the most iconic packaging

19th September 2016 11:28

Survey finds Coca-Cola bottle is the most iconic packaging: According to a recent study of 1,500 British people, which looked at how branding and packaging affected consumers’, revealed that one sixth of the respondents believed that Coca-Cola is the… Read more...


UK could see a rise in fruit, vegetables from Africa following Brexit

18th August 2016 12:01

UK could see a rise in fruit, vegetables from Africa following Brexit: According to a survey of retailers in the United Kingdom, there could potentially be more fruit and vegetables imported from Africa, to the UK, as a result of the Brexit vote. As it stands,… Read more...


The growth in the UK male skincare market is coming to a halt

5th August 2016 12:25

The growth in the UK male skincare market is coming to a halt: Recent studies suggest that the UK market grew by just 1.3 per cent last year to reach a new value of £104m. This may seem like good news in a tough climate, however, following 8 per cent… Read more...


We need clearer labelling for cheese and sausages, say MEPs

2nd June 2016 10:36

The European Commission is facing mounting pressure to introduce mandatory country of origin labelling for processed meat, milk and dairy products, to help to increase the confidence of UK consumers and improve transparency. The European parliament are behind… Read more...


Research shows Brits are consuming more junk and drinking less tea

28th April 2016 13:04

According to data, British people are drinking less tea and eating more junk food. As well as this, the figures showed that toast is decreasing in popularity. In recent decades, British people have taken steps towards better diets, for example, drinking low-calorie… Read more...


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