A space odyssey
Eating out isn't just about the food, but also the interior atmosphere.
Digest bites: Shrink wrap
Could supermarkets take pointers from the Olympic legacy of reducing, reusing and composting food packaging?
New Britain on the menu
After a year of concentrating on British cuisine, Ben's Canteen found that limiting its repertoire to strictly home-purveyed food was becoming more of a bugbear than an ode to Britain. Here, founder Ben Walton explains why.
Q&A with The Rib Man
"I like to do my thinking underwater."
Supermarkets have smartened up and decided to tap into the food lover's culture to promote their basic brands. But is it working?
The bank of Leon
A financial trend has hit the food industry, with consumers buying into their favourite brand in return for company expansion - and food.