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Part III: Taking Back Control Following on from our previous blog in this series ‘The Anatomy of A Foodpreneur’, today we are investigating whether consumers are really rejecting big brands and is the rise of independent Foodpreneurs making a difference? There’s no avoiding the air of disgruntlement.
Part II: The Anatomy of A Foodpreneur Following on from part one of my trilogy of thoughts and insights into ‘Foodpreneurs: Taking Back Control of Who We Are and What We Eat’ today I ask: What makes a successful foodpreneur? Who are these new age stars who are filling our physical and virtual baskets with a […]
Part I: Food Cultures at a Crossroads Those of us who don’t fall into the over applied “Millennial” demographic will remember a time when food choices within retail and out of home were limited and consumed a lot less of our thinking time, but probably more of our actual physical time spent nourishing ourselves.
With just over four months to go before Brexit and the cabinet seemingly in turmoil following the release of the draft Brexit deal, the current advice appears to be prepare for the worst and hope for the best.
At my local Dutch supermarket yesterday, I stared in utter confusion at the shelf of soya drinks, faced with explosion of possible choices & combinations.
Years ago, I remember being shown a graph in geography class.
What an upsetting weekend! Yet again I find myself wanting to cry into my hot chocolate as I witness another local business venture close its doors to the public.
It’s probably no accident that the majority of start-ups which successfully pitch on the BBC television show Dragons Den are food and drink businesses.