Morning meals such as waffles, pancakes and crepes sold in restaurants and supermarkets still contain excessive amounts of sugar despite their inclusion in the Government’s strategy to cut childhood obesity, according to a study.
McDonald’s is hoping a digital automated voice is the special ingredient needed to speed up drive-thru orders at its restaurants.
A north-east foodbank has today issued an urgent appeal for stock.
Former prime minister Gordon Brown has called for a no-deal Brexit to be stopped “in its tracks” as he warned of the consequences on a visit to a Liverpool bakery.
Scottish spending on takeaways increased by 9% last year to cross the £1 billion mark, according to new figures.
This prawn recipe was passed down from Anna’s father, who was famous in their family for his barbecue cookery.
A shortage of cauliflowers, cabbages and broccoli could extend to Brussels sprouts at Christmas after a week of heavy rain damaged crops in Lincolnshire.
Heinz’s tomato ketchup-mayonnaise hybrid sauce Mayochup will launch in the UK with a different name thanks to a trademark clash.
A no-deal Brexit could result in a shortage of perishable goods and hard-to-grow products on British shelves, experts have warned.
The UK food industry wants aspects of competition law to be set aside to allow firms to co-ordinate and direct supplies with each other in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Stovies, macaroni and chicken pies will all be on offer at a dedicated Thain's Bakery kiosk in Pittodrie's biggest stand.
Restaurant staff went the extra mile in Pensacola, Florida by making a treasured family dog’s last day special before he died.
An extra-strong version of Marmite is returning to shop shelves for good following a popular limited release almost 10 years ago.
A new high-tech “sheep shed” has been unveiled which researchers say will allow them to monitor the impacts of livestock in real-world farming systems.
Some snacks aimed at children and marketed as healthy are as bad as sweets, experts have warned.
A seed developer from the Netherlands credited with introducing high quality disease-resistant vegetable seeds to more than 60 countries including the Philippines, Thailand and Indonesia has been awarded the 2019 World Food Prize.
Thousands of people enjoyed meeting celebrity chefs and sampling local produce as a north-east festival of food marked its 20th anniversary.
Medieval peasants mainly ate stews of meat and vegetables, along with dairy products such as cheese, scientists have found.
An Aberdeen academy has received a donation of cereal to support children in the morning.
An independent children’s food watchdog is needed to help tackle child food insecurity in the UK, according to a report.
Popular sandwich chain Subway has launched two new vegan products.
Ben & Jerry's has been forced to recall a popular ice-cream due to undeclared allergens.
A new sandwich shop is set to open in an Aberdeen shopping centre.
Registration for an innovative Aberdeen food scheme is set to open tomorrow.
Bosses of an innovative new food initiative hope it can eventually expand across Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen charity saw food donations weighing 65 tonnes made in the past year.
Communities could be encouraged to grow their own food as part of a strategy to ensure no one in Aberdeen goes hungry due to poverty.
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”.
Community Food Initiatives North East (CFINE) aims to tackle poverty throughout the north-east, with the food donations helping to provide 6,000 meals.