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Get the measure of your PR The William Murray Way

Bill Gates famously said, ‘If I was down to the last dollar of my marketing budget, I’d spend it on PR!’ But why? How did he know what return he was going to get, and how could he be sure it was delivering value? If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it For your […]

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Rubbish! High Street Chains’ Food Waste Revealed

As part of The Grocer’s Waste Not Want Not Campaign, a number of quick service restaurants (QSRs) have recently been found severely lacking in their attempts to deal with the mammoth issue of food waste. Out of ten high street names, only three food giants – Pret, KFC and Greggs – were found to be […]

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Foodie Fun at the National Restaurant Awards 2017

This week, a few of us were invited to the National Restaurant Awards where the UK’s 100 top restaurants (as decided by 180 chefs, restauranteurs and food critics) were revealed. Many industry events can often seem a bit stiff but these never are. There were huge cheers all around the Hurlingham Club last night for […]

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Move Over Meat – It’s World Meat Free Day

Vegans, vegetarians and flexitarians rejoice! World Meat Free Day (12th June) is here again and it’s the perfect excuse to rope your carnivorous friends into tackling your diet for the day. Struggling to convince them of the benefits of a meat free lifestyle? By going meat free for just one day you can save the equivalent daily […]

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5 Things Not to Miss At The Taste of London Festival

Every year Regent’s Park is transformed into a treasure trove of foodie delights during the Taste of London festival (14th-18th June). As always, there are so many amazing treats in store that it’s tricky to narrow down which stalls should be a top priority. But there’s no need to fear, we’re here to help with […]

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Clean up on Aisle 2: Why own-label products are on the up

Following the swell of inflation, Brits are starting to feel the pinch. Food inflation currently stands at 2.9%, meaning that over the past 3 months we’ve tacked on an additional £27 to our grocery bills. According to Chris Hayward, consumer specialist at Kantar Worldpanel: “That £27 may not seem like much, but if inflation continues […]

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Words Anna says wrong (wrongly)

Every now and then, heads in the office jerk round en masse in response to a certain Antipodean’s butchering of the English language. To celebrate, Rupert’s donned his ‘thongs’ (flip flops) as we run through a short list of words our favourite bogan, Anna Berry, says quite wrongly. May we present, Posho & Bogan: The Pilot.

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Does your pub serve Britain’s best roast?

There’s few things we Brits love more than a good hearty pub roast. So make sure you get down to your local for British Roast Dinner Week (24 September – 1 October 2017) – when pubs up and down the country will be laying on a roast every day of the week. And if you […]

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Why It Works – J Sheekey

Every once in a while, the right elements come together in the right place, at the right time in fateful harmony to produce something that sparks the imagination, takes hold in the public subconscious, and, well, just works. Restaurant dishes can have that effect. One minute you’ve dropped in a last minute idea to fill […]

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Roll over for British Sandwich Week

The humble sandwich has had a tough time in recent years. The average lifestyle blog would have you think it’s the weapon of mass destruction of lunch menu. Its carb-y, gluten-y composition laying waste to diets and good digestive health across the land. But a beautiful sourdough or crusty bloomer is not a thing to […]

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