The Panama Papers, squirming politicians, Sainsbury’s acquisition of Argos, taking your dog to work and the supermarket and Storm Gertrude. Jonathan Owen’s monthly round-up of the news is here.
Jonathan Owen discusses controversial government cuts, sugary drink consumption and restrictions on Sunday trading
Jonathan Owen discusses the supermarket milk war and the reasons behind it. Plus, what happens when ‘unexpected items’ appear in supermarket bagging areas
The July budget, described as ‘a budget for working people’ was disappointing for small businesses. Meanwhile the Germans played a game of blink – and lost.
As Christmas fades into memories of short-term celebration and long-term debt, we hear that pre-Christmas trading within our markets was poor and below previous year’s results.
There are some 2000 species of mushroom in the UK of which 200 are delicious and 300 are very VERY bad for you.
Processed foods comprise a significant part of the estimated 3.4 million tonnes of food wasted every year in the UK food processing.
Obesity in the Netherlands has doubled in the last 20 years or so and Paul van der Velpen blames much of that on sugar.
Back in the 1960’s Colonel Sanders of fried chicken fame allegedly tried to breed chickens with three legs for his restaurants.