We’re almost a full year in and yet, every day, it’s with total bewilderment that we realise it’s time to somehow conjure up another three full meals.
The Holyrood administration must not hit Scotland’s vital food and drink sector with “punitive” policies, industry leaders have insisted.
Several retailers have recalled a selection of chilled and frozen seafood products amid concerns they may be contaminated with salmonella.
Footballer Marcus Rashford has stepped up pressure on Boris Johnson over free school meals in England with a call for an urgent review of the Government’s policy in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Action should be taken against the food provider which compiled “appalling” free school meal parcels for families, the Home Secretary has said.
Businesses offering food and drink takeaways will have to operate under new regulations from Saturday.
Sturgeon announces new restrictions on click and collect services and takeaways as virus variant spreads further
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced six changes in coronavirus guidance - including limitations on click and collect services and takeaways.
Plans to convert a former north-east coffee shop into a pizzeria have been given the green light.
The boss of Ocado and M&S’s retail collaboration, Mel Smith, has been made a CBE in recognition for her service to the retail sector and efforts to keep food on tables during the pandemic.
“Buy one get one free” promotions and other multibuy offers on unhealthy foods will be restricted from April 2022 under Government plans to tackle obesity.
Five sisters from Stonehaven will swap opening presents on Christmas Day for handing out food to the homeless in a bid to ensure no one goes without a hot meal over the festive period.
Supermarkets and their shoppers will be hit with a £3.1 billion annual tariff bill on food and drink if the UK fails to secure a last-minute Brexit deal.
Wholesalers who have been hit by coronavirus restrictions will benefit from a fund which it is hoped will provide them with a vital lifeline.
Although turkey is traditionally eaten on Christmas Day, a fish dish is also essential, says Henri Charles of Express Fresh Fish in Aberdeen.
One of Inverurie's most popular restaurants has announced it will only be opening on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, as rapidly changing restrictions make normal opening hours "no longer viable".
The foodie favourite event has been extended to run over two weeks, and the public are eating it up.
After recent research revealed diners' pet hates when it comes to others trying to sample food from their plates, Brian Stormont takes a look at the new rules of modern dining in this new hygiene-focused world.
Aberdeen Restaurant Week is calling on venues to help serve up city-wide hospitality celebration.
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O'Neill's Irish pub in Aberdeen has announced it will close tomorrow following the latest restrictions placed on the hospitality sector.
Husbands Brent Cruickshank and Julian Jenkins have created the ultimate lockdown dining shed during the pandemic, fully equipped with a stocked bar and vintage interiors.
A popular north-east food and drink festival which was held virtually for the first time has been hailed a success.
In the city centre of Aberdeen, in amongst the hustle and bustle of everyday town life, you’ll find DaVinci Restorante Italiano. As you may have guessed from the name, this restaurant serves authentic Italian cuisine and is owned and operated by Elena, a Florentine turned Aberdonian, who moved to Scotland three years ago.
A Teeside man is making regular eight-hour journeys to bring a local delicacy to the north-east.
Recent outbreaks of Covid-19 linked to food factories have raised new concerns over the prospect of contamination. Here we look at the latest advice.
Lidl is recalling one of their breakfast bar products because they may contain traces of a deadly bacteria.
Two Iceland own brand chicken products have been recalled due to a salmonella threat.
More than 100 Aberdeen restaurants, cafes and pubs have signed up for the UK Government's Eat Out to Help Out Scheme.
An American fast food giant has unveiled the opening date for its first Aberdeen restaurant.
An Aberdeen quayside restaurant is reopening today.