Food and Drink

Jim and Tonic Gift Set – Enjoyable Cocktails at Home

7th April 2021

Jim and Tonic, a company set on delivering you the highest-quality spirits and Jim & Tonic gift-sets, they are big on sustainability and are environmentally friendly, with methods in place to reduce waste, reuse resources and regenerate their London surroundings. Based in the Big Smoke, Jim and Tonic are committed to using only the best…

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18 Foods Which Are Suppose To Help You Lose Weight

24th March 2021

We might have put on a little bit of weight during all these Lockdowns, but we’re on the home stretch, freedom is close by and when we go back into the world some of us will want to drop a couple of pounds before they dawn their swimsuits. Here are 18 Foods to incorporate into…

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A Guide to Keeping Cross-Contamination to a Minimum

12th December 2020

In the food and beverage industry, it is incredibly important that all companies work to keep their cross-contamination to a minimum. There is always the chance that a product could cause a severe allergic reaction that would have serious consequences for the business. Here is a guide to help keep cross-contamination to a minimum in…

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BOTONIQUE: Non-Alcoholic Sparkling Wine

21st June 2019

The Non-Alcoholic Sparkling Wine For Wine Lovers Botonique was created by a food and wine merchant, it is made and sourced in the UK, (except for certain botanicals and vitamins which can only be sourced from overseas) It is a Non-Alcoholic, dry & complex Sparkling Wine to sip & savour. “Delicious with wine, after wine, alongside…

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Celebrate the Great British Summer with Cobra Beer

18th June 2019

The Great British Summertime is slowly but surely approaching, so it’s about time to pick a mouth-watering Beer to enjoy in the shining sun. There are a lot of choices to choose from, so I recommend giving Cobra Beer a try, they have helped you out a bit with giving some suggestions on some good…

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How to make perfect clear ice cubes

14th January 2019

Many homes will boast some kind of freezer and if we can spare enough space in them, no doubt a little try of ice cubes too. Come those days we decide to treat ourselves to a Scotch and ice or that Summer’s day cocktail, we will head for the freezer and hope that we had…

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How to store Champagne correctly

21st November 2018

Storing any food or wine is of great importance to maintain freshness and life as well as getting the very best from them. With regards to wines, how they are stored is very key, especially if they are being kept for a while, as they can be drastically effected if not looked after properly. The…

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Why The Food Industry Will Never Stop Growing

15th November 2018

If there’s anywhere you should want to be at the minute, it’s in the food industry. It will literally never stop growing, and it’s one of the most lucrative markets to try and invest your money in to. If you were to set up a business, there’s endless possibilities to the money you could make,…

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5 Steps to choosing the best Champagne & Sparkling Wines

13th November 2018

A very common question I get asked by my friends and family who know that I am in the business of wine is ‘How do I know if the Champagne / sparkling wine I am buying is going to be good quality’. A quick fire reply I usually say is that it will very much…

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Why are side gusset bags so popular for food packaging?

18th October 2018

When it comes to food packaging, side gusset bags are one of the most popular choices across every sector. Flexible, practical and attractive, these bags are low-cost to produce and offer good shelf life for all kinds of edible goods. Plus, the design of the bags allows for a readable design to be printed on…

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