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UK supermarket apologises for 'non-EU' food labelling error
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BP temporarily closes forecourts due to shortage of lorry drivers
BP has temporarily closed some of its UK petrol stations due to a shortage of lorry drivers as the country struggles to keep supermarket shelves stocked.
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Understanding date labelling on food can help you save money and protect the environment.
London's Asian foodie community unite with recipes against racism
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Milk March: The unspoken symbolism of one UK MP's milk protest
Christopher Sebastian gives us his take on the symbolism of British MP Sir Charles Walker's milk protest.
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'Dark kitchens' popping up all over Madrid. But what are they?
The closure of traditional bars and restaurants due to COVID-19 restrictions has given rise to a new culinary concept - the so called 'dark kitchen.' It's an industry comprised of rented cooking spaces and delivered take-away meals, and it's booming in Madrid.
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From craft gin to super healthy chocolate, we've rounded up some of our favourite organic food and drink.
‘Climate change is on your plate’: Max La Manna on cutting food waste
Max explains why 20 million slices of bread are wasted every day and what we can do about it.
The complicated relationship between Blackness and veganism
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Life after lockdown: how COVID-19 nearly destroyed French Rosé
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German food company to change name of popular sauce
One of Germany's best-known food companies said it will rename a popular spicy dressing because of the racist connotations of its name.
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