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Survey Shows Fewer People are Baking at Home in Britain

2nd September 2014 10:36

Research published last month has shown that the number of British adults who bake at home has dropped from 2013’s level (85%) in 2014 (77%). In 2013, four fifths (80%) of Brits said they baked from scratch, however, in 2014’s edition of the survey,… Read more...


Scottish Food Sector Set For Positive Growth Says Market Research

1st September 2014 11:04

A new market research report in to the Scottish food industry, carried out by Bank of Scotland, has suggested that the sector is set to see huge growth in the coming years – with the potential to create almost 10,000 jobs by 2019. The research, which… Read more...


Anchovies are the Most Hated Food in the UK, Study Shows

28th August 2014 16:59

A survey of Britain's most hated foods conducted earlier this month by Birds Eye has revealed that anchovies, chicken liver and olives are the most disliked foods in the UK. Anchovies earned themselves the most hated food status with more than two fifths… Read more...


Survey Shows Chinese Public Not Satisfied with the Nation’s Food Safety

25th July 2014 12:54

A recent study has discovered widespread dissatisfaction among Chinese residents when it comes to the nation’s food safety. The survey, which was conducted by Horizon Research and HorizonKey, polled 3,166 people aged between 18 and 60 in 20 different… Read more...


Survey Shows Half of Women Turn into Food Bores When Dieting

21st July 2014 13:36

A recent study, commissioned by The Simply Great Drinks Company, has discovered that one in two women turn into ‘food bores’ when dieting. More than half of the 2,000 women surveyed admitted to droning on about calories, sugar content and health… Read more...


Customer Satisfaction Levels Higher for Smaller Chains, Report Shows

16th July 2014 12:39

While larger restaurant chains have suffered declining customer satisfaction levels, smaller outlets have benefited from increased consumer gratification, according to a report published by the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI). On average, Americans… Read more...


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