Food and Drink

A sales lull during lockdown has resulted in a fruitful tie-in between different food businesses.

A Suffolk business-farming alliance is hoping to match a local initiative in Somerset which has produced three million meals for workers at its new nuclear site to date.

A slice of traditional market town life has gone on the market.

East Anglian vineyards are toasting a vintage performance at a national awards event.

Floating restaurant owners left stranded by government coronavirus help schemes have successfully relaunched – after scooping discretionary support.

A new interactive map shows which independent pubs, restaurants and cafes are taking part in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme here in Suffolk.

Google ‘farmer purple flowers’ and you’ll be greeted with glorious images of a north Essex farmer amid a stunning array of his flowering echium crop.

A huge upturn in local food sales sparked by the coronavirus crisis has led to a rise in demand for turkey poults.

A pop-up food and drink market is set to be held in a town centre next weekend.

A pub group says it expects its managed estate to take a 40% dive in takings because of new social distancing rules.

Hospitality businesses will need to perform a balancing act between customers worried that a visit to their local will be devoid of the fun factor versus those concerned about their health, an expert suggests.

East Anglia’s largest independent retail chain has given a new boost to food banks across Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex as fears grow that the economic downturn will hit more families.

Business East Monthly


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