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Food And Drink
As the push to support the Northern Powerhouse continues, we visited the city of Manchester to find the luxurious ways entrepreneurs can enjoy the time there on business.
You might have a craving, but there are various taboo lunchtime eating habits that have no place at work, according to almost half of the UK’s employees.
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If you visit a supermarket in search of Pancake Day ingredients, there’s a chance a Two Chicks product will greet you, and we found out why it’s different.
Young entrepreneur Luke Johnstone is the co-founder of smoothie business Pack’d, but finding his way to success meant living in a garden shed for two years.
As many of us overindulged during the festive season, embracing a clean living lifestyle seems like a way out in January, so we’ve spoken with UK firms capitalising on the trend.
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Business networking is often done over a beverage or two, so what better way to provide a corporate delight than in the form of a luxury wine tour in France this spring.
With prosecco sales on the rise, Christmas has come early for vendors of the Italian wine, which is selling at a faster rate than champagne.
Oxfordshire-based Blenheim Palace has given its business strategy an overhaul to shake things up at the venue, as it makes a key play for luxury, corporates and tourism.
Possessing the Cadbury’s name could have struck fear into James Cadbury, the great-great-grandson of the chocolatier, but he’s ready for the challenge with a confectionery business of his own – Love Cocoa.