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Did you know, that currently, 15 million tonnes of food is wasted in our homes each year, most of which is still perfectly edible? On average, food waste is costing households £470 a year, increased to £700 for a larger family… the equivalent to a holiday or even a new piece of technology to add to your home.

First our children now our pets. Research by Fetch, the online pet store shows the UK has no idea what they are feeding their four-legged friends. According to a survey conducted by Fetch, the online pet store from Ocado, one in three Brits (35 per cent) admit to feeding their pets scraps directly from the dinner table, putting their health at risk. 

Midlands-based, Aston Manor Cider, has been awarded four medals, including gold, at the acclaimed, International Cider Challenge 2015. The UK’s largest independent cider maker secured their best result to date at the highly-prized competition with four ciders from their portfolio being celebrated for their quality and taste.

For seven out of ten Brits, picnics are the staple of a great British summer and, to celebrate National Picnic Week, convenience food specialists Pork Farms has released the results of a survey targeting British picnic lovers. The findings revealed that the majority of Brits would choose to enjoy a summer picnic in the Lake District, eat pork pies with chutney and would invite Cheryl Cole and Boris Johnson to join in with their picnic fun.

Food lovers were in Heaven as the UK’s biggest celebration of food and drink, transformed Cannon Hill Park in Birmingham. The city’s leading Michelin-star chefs led the proceedings which included new tasting theatres, pop-up restaurants, artisan producers and street food producers airing there mouth-watering wares.

Have you ever craved a curry or pined for a pizza, but worried that eating takeaway foods wasn’t really good for you? Well there’s now an opportunity to learn how to make ‘fakeaways’ – healthier versions of your favourite ‘takeways’.

Beautiful British asparagus is only around for a few precious weeks.  So to make the most of this super home-grown veg, the chefs who cook in the lovely little pubs run in Oxfordshire, Warwickshire and further afield by Peach have not only found a fantastic crop 'grown with love' near the Sussex coast, but also come up with a novel way of serving it.

For the first time, the Channel Island of Guernsey is holding a large scale food festival with the Guernsey International Food Festival from 18th-27th September. The ten day food bonanza will harness the island's delicious local produce and unique dishes in special dinners, tours and interactive events.