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As the hospitality industry grinds to a halt due to COVID-19, I look forward to what life after lockdown could mean, and the role experience will play.
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Drinking trends in the UK have changed considerably over the last couple of years. The mid-2000s experienced a peak in binge drinking among adolescents but ever since then, there has been a slow decline in alcohol consumption, all the way through to 2020.
With meat substitutes cropping up in supermarkets and fast food chains all over the country, I wanted to find out if vegan meat is actually good for us.
As I continue to dive into the new and exciting world of CBD, I find more facets of the industry that I want to explore. When looking at the more negative aspects of the product, something that comes up repeatedly is how the lack of regulation and manufacturers rushing to meet demand can cause compromise on dosage and quality within cannabidiol products.
With so many CBD products on the market, it can be challenging for beginners to know which to try, and how best to use them. In this article, I explain the three main ways to administer CBD products and the benefits of each method.
The rapid growth of CBD and the recent legalisation of its use within the NHS has placed the spotlight on the cannabinoid and the health benefits many companies seem to claim it has. It can often be hard to know who to believe when it comes to this “somewhat controversial” substance and whether labels are over-selling a product that has no real benefit to our health at all, especially for those who have never tried it before.
There is no denying that CBD has become very popular. In the UK alone, sales of CBD products has increased by 99% in 2019, with Brits rushing to invest in the ingredient that is now used in copious health and beauty products.
If you are in any way connected to the beverage sector, you have to have heard of the booming CBD market by now.
For those who are new to the CBD scene, it can be a bit daunting trying to find a product that is not only right for you, but of high quality. While checking the credibility of the seller and online reviews are a good place to start, the quality of the product you’re buying can also be determined by its certifications, extraction method, hemp plant sources and more.
With a new CBD drink in the market every minute, it is becoming increasingly difficult to understand what differentiates one from the other. Here are a few things to keep in mind when looking for good quality CBD products.
I take a look at the continuing rise of the customer experience and how this is having an impact on the importance of product prices in 2020 and beyond.
Dining out when following a sugar-free or low-sugar diet can be challenging. We’ve created a sugar-free guide to London with top tips on dining out healthily.
With alcohol-licensed venues closing due to plummeting drinking rates, could alcohol-free bars and nightclubs be the answer to the UK’s rising teetotalism?
Restaurant food is constantly evolving, from new cooking techniques, indulging fad diets and special superfood ingredients given prominence in menus.
We look at three of the top sugar-loving countries in the world and what they are doing do cut back on their nation’s excessively high sugar intake.
If you are looking for a natural alternative to the white stuff but don’t know where to start, I’m here to discuss some of the best options.
As the call for a cut on sugar reaches wedding celebrations, I uncover the alternatives that are growing in popularity.
In this article I look at how brands have approached Dry January 2019, from soft drink brands to supermarkets and everything in between.
According to Mintel, “Customisation is the biggest trend impacting all industries, globally. Customers demand choices and the opportunity to explore and express themselves through the food and drinks they consume.”
Alcohol consumption is declining each year and now 1 in 5 claim to be teetotal, rising to 1 in 3 in London (ONS). Abstaining whether simply for Sober October, Dry January or more regularly is becoming widespread and is losing the stigma that used to be present.
Apparently sugar is the greatest evil since tobacco and is undoubtedly the no 1 enemy. The headlines screech about children’s decayed teeth being pulled out, how the NHS is crumbling under the pressure of dealing with increasing numbers of obese or diabetic patients, how even raisins and grapes should be termed sugar bombs…it’s no wonder that the sugar has replaced price as the British consumer’s top food concern.