Eating healthy always sounds like a good idea but when it comes to finding time to eat, convenience often takes precedence over good cooked meals.
Children who were fed healthy family meals during a three-month trial remained healthier for years after, a study has found.
Planned “good food nation” legislation should include the right to food, the Scottish Human Rights Commission has said.
Supermarket Co-op is asking customers to help them name a new gender-neutral “gingerbread person” they will be releasing in stores.
Being watched while we eat, or watching someone else work through their dinner, is something most of us would feel pretty uncomfortable about.
The Scottish Government must “grasp the nettle” and take a new approach to deter children from leading unhealthy lifestyles, according to a Tory MSP.
A man who has replaced food with beer during Lent claims he lost nearly two stone in 20 days.
A woman has called her husband “mad” after he spent more than £600 on a shop in preparation for a no-deal Brexit.
Chef Keisuke Inagaki has been inspiring people on Pancake Day with his realistic edible paintings made of batter.
The cost of school meals in Dundee is set to increase as the council attempts to save money.
Anyone who has woken up with a fuzzy head, a dry mouth and a stomach-lining that appears to be yelling at you, will have attempted to soothe the alcohol-induced pain in some way.
A lifeline could be thrown to hundreds of children whose lives are blighted by so-called holiday hunger.
More extreme and unpredictable weather driven by climate change is posing a threat to the British staple dish of chips, campaigners have warned.
A restaurant named Pablo’s Escoburgers has stoked controversy with a burger that comes with a free line of fake cocaine.
A haggis-flavoured ice cream described as “better than sex” left MPs whooping and laughing after it was raised in the Commons.
The humble sausage roll – meat or murder?
The Scottish Government will double the cash it gives to a charity that helps those struggling to pay for food in the run-up to Brexit.
A pair of new ice cream parlours are to open close to each other: Charlie’s Waffles and Co on West Port and Crolla’s on Perth Road.
Former Waitrose Food magazine editor William Sitwell, who stepped down after controversially joking about “killing vegans”, has been hired as a restaurant critic for the Daily Telegraph.
Food journalist Sheila Dillon has spoken of her concerns over the impact Brexit will have on food in Britain, saying she is “scared” it will “end with us having a free trade deal with the US”.