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Children now drink a bath full of sugary drinks every year

Children as young as 11 drink the equivalent of almost a bath full of sugary drinks every year, Cancer Research UK has warned.

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The Safeway name has been restricted to the USA since Morrisons rebranded UK stores in 2005

Morrisons to revive Safeway brand

Morrisons is reviving the Safeway brand as it looks to branch out from selling to consumers and enter the wholesale market.

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Beef rib en adobo

FOOD: Some Mexican warmth for cold autumn days

Mexican food is a perfect fit for the shortened days of autumn when temperatures drop sharply as the light falls away.

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‘It could have been so much worse’ - fire at 15th Century Lavenham hotel

The general manager of a 15th Century restaurant and hotel in Lavenham has praised staff for their efforts in minimising the impact of a fire and for evacuating guests safely.

Some people genetically programmed to crave fatty foods over sugary snacks

Some people ‘genetically programmed’ to crave fatty foods over sugary snacks

You really are what you eat, according to scientists, who have discovered the gene that determines if you like chicken korma or Eton mess.

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Seasonal fruit crumble

Fruits of the forage

This crumble should really be called ‘fruits of the forage’ because it exemplifies all that is best about this time of year when windfall apples and pears are there for the gathering, to be used in recipes where a perfect outwards appearance is not required.

The Snug on St Johns Street is to open soon

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Snug-gle on down with town’s newest bar

Bury’s burgeoning eating out and bar scene will herald a new arrival next week when The Snug opens its doors in St John’s Street.

Charity event will help support animal conservation

Eat, drink — and help raise funds for animal conservation

A charity which aims to help endangered species across the world is inviting people in Norfolk to eat and drink — in a bid to support a good cause.

New BBC cookery competition is looking for Britain’s best home cooks from our county

New BBC cookery competition is looking for Britain’s best home cooks from our county

Hot on the heels of hit BBC food competition The Great British Bake Off, contestants are being sought for a new BBC2 cooking competition looking for Britain’s Best Home Cooks.

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The beach returns to the arc's Charter Square

Delicious treats on offer at Bury St Edmunds food and drink festival

Foodies can look forward to two days of treats over the bank holiday weekend as Ourburystedmunds serves up its annual food and drink festival.

Coca-Cola bottle ‘most iconic packaging’

Coca-Cola bottle ‘most iconic packaging’

The Cola-Cola glass bottle has been voted as the most iconic packaging on the UK’s shelves.

Bury St Edmunds festival leaves sweet taste for charities

Bury St Edmunds festival leaves sweet taste for charities

The West Suffolk branch of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) boosted the coffers of two Bury St Edmunds-based charities following the the East Anglian Beer and Cider Festival earlier this year.

Asda is home to the world's best wine

‘World’s best wine’ is a £4.37 bottle from Asda

For anyone who has wanted to drink the best wine in the world but has been worried about the cost, there is good news.

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Nicola Miller: Nonna’s tortas are far more than simply food - they are works of art

We’ve just returned from Puglia, a region of Italy so civilised that our breakfast table came laden with freshly baked tarts and cakes every day. Many sported a hand-written label describing them simply as ‘Nonna’s Torta’ and the nonna in question could well have been a universally revered Italian trope - the matriarch of the family- or an actual person who inspired the chef in question. As we ate one meal on the terrace of a restaurant in Ostuni, sheltered from the blistering sun by an arbour of bougainvillea, mimosa and plumbago which rose high above the white-stone alley, the patron pointed to his own nonna, who, at a good age, still turned out torta after immaculate torta six days a week, and smiled proudly. Needless to say, her tortas were works of art.

Wetherspoon pubs are set to serve takeaway coffee and tea

Wetherspoon to sell takeaway tea and coffee

Leading pub chain Wetherspoon is expanding the beverage side of its business by selling takeaway teas and coffees.

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Old food

One million people have decade-old food in their freezers

More than one million Britons have food in their freezer that is more than a decade old, according to research suggesting the country has a habit of bunging stuff into the deep freeze and forgetting all about it.

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Product warning

Alcohol recalled from Asda and Aldi as bottles may contain pieces of glass

Bottles of alcohol sold in Adsa and Aldi may contain glass, the food watchdog warned last night.

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Coffee can stave off bowel cancer

Bowel cancer risk reduced by coffee

Just two cups of your favourite coffee a day reduces the risk of bowel cancer by a quarter, a new study found.

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Warning over energy drinks after 'death link'

Warning as energy drinks are ‘linked with at least 34 deaths’

Just two energy drinks a day can be bad for your heart, a new study has warned.

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Product warning

Food product taken off supermarket shelves due to health risk

Jars of pickling spice have been withdrawn from supermarket shelves because it contains mustard.

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