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A popular cake-making company has expanded into larger premises.

There are many special things about East Anglia, several of which I was able to savour during a recent trip to Suffolk’s only island, writes Sheena Grant.

A Suffolk pub owner has warned campaigners trying to save it that she would not sell to them under any circumstances due to the “misery” it has caused her family.

Celebrity chefs, award-winning producers and street food to descend on Snape Maltings for the annual Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival on September 23 and 24.

Premium beef, lamb, pork, sausages, ham and bacon products from Suffolk and Essex headed to Hong Kong this week for one of the leading fine dining exhibitions in Asia.

The Good Food Guide 2018 was released on Monday, September 4, and it is only good news for one of our local pubs.

An Essex food ingredients firm is hoping to encourage more consumers to add rye into their diets as a means of increasing their fibre intake.

A Suffolk baker has been crowned the best in the business at the industry’s equivalent to the Oscars.

The prestigious Great Taste 2017 awards took place on Monday, and an East Anglian speciality food producer has been named one of the best.

Richard Bainbridge’s foraging escapades have this week sent him out in search of elderberries.

East Anglian crisp brand, Fairfields Farm, launches innovative new microwaveable snack.

Charlotte Smith-Jarvis speaks to Frank & Earnest, who are leading the way in the cold brew coffee market.

Take our Great British Bake Off superfan quiz to see how much you know about telly’s biggest hit.

The Great British Bake Off returns Tuesday night on its new home Channel 4. Sophie Faldo is one of three East Anglian hopefuls looking to rise to the top this year.

An Essex fish and chip shop has been shortlisted for the most prestigious award of the fish and chip industry.

It is never a bad idea to meet up with friends or family for cup of coffee and a slice of cake, but where should you go? Ipswich has a fantastic range of independent coffee shops for you to choose from, so take a look and support our local businesses.

The UK’s first commercial crops of lentils, grown in farms in Suffolk, Sussex, Hertfordshire, Hampshire and Wiltshire, are set to go on sale this autumn.

Food festival in Bury St Edmunds to include foodie stalls, a farmers’ market, a demonstration stage and even a beach!

A Suffolk sauce maker is set to take part in a London food speciality show for the first time.

Take our 20 question quiz to see how much of an expert you are on global cuisine.

Fancy taking afternoon tea for two at Bedford Lodge Hotel & Spa this summer?

Our tasting panel put 12 East Anglian strawberry jams to the test - but which came out on top?

The humble blackberry for me represents the Norfolk and Suffolk countryside. The country lanes are thick with brambles and thicket that always just look like thorny bushes of hell when you walk past. You fall off your bike into them. Lose your ball in them.

A Suffolk coffee merchants which has gone from roasting beans in a garage to an international operation with outlets across the UK is celebrating its tenth year in business.

Kids can be fussy, but there’s lots of choice in Suffolk when it comes to family dining. Here are some of our good bets for eating out over the summer holidays.

Time is running out to vote for East Anglian cheese St Jude in national awards.

Poll of British B&B owners throws up some pretty strange morning requests. So how do you eat yours?

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