Inflation was unchanged in October as higher prices for utilities and petrol were offset by a slide in food and clothing costs.
The owner of Italian restaurants Zizzi and ASK has revealed a year of strong sales growth as it eyes expansion plans but said its profits were flat after absorbing higher costs.
Sainsbury’s has added to fears over lacklustre consumer spending in the run up to Christmas, as it warned over an uncertain outlook amid “unprecedented times”.
Supermarket Sainsbury’s has cautioned over an “uncertain” consumer outlook and highly competitive market ahead of Christmas, as it posted a 20% rise in half-year profits.
A new app is being trialled in a London restaurant to help diners better identify the ingredients in food after research indicated many don’t know some of the things commonly used in restaurants today.
Everyone has their own idea about which foods work with which but there are some combinations the human race will never be able to agree upon.
Bees have been making honey while the sun shines, with a bigger crop from hives this year due to the good summer, an annual survey reveals.
Makers of ready meals and pizzas could be forced to make their products healthier.
Parents and carers across Tayside are falling into tens of thousands of pounds of debt because they haven’t paid for their kids’ meals or snacks in nurseries and schools.
Eating outside can be one of life’s great joys – but it’s a whole different story when you live in Antarctica.
Junk food promotions could be targeted in a proposed Scottish Government clampdown on the country’s diet.
The appointment of a minister for food supplies by the UK Government shows how “catastrophic” the Brexit process has become, according to the First Minister.
Mince pies, wrapping paper and chocolate coins have been spotted in just enough shops to let us know that Christmas is coming.
One in 10 people living in the poorest areas have run out of food in the last year because of a lack of money, a Scottish Government report has revealed.
A third of Scots have been left unable to afford food at some point in the last year, a survey has revealed.
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Slimming World has made unpopular changes to its weight-loss programme - meaning that some popular foods will now have to be counted as a 'syn'.
Eating healthily can be tricky for any family, so this mum has found a novel way to make mealtimes fun with a little creativity.
The Scottish Government has been accused of kicking proposed legislation to make Scotland a good food nation “into the long grass”.
Tesco is launching an avocado with a thicker, easily peelable skin that it claims could limit painful hand injuries from cutting into the fruit.