The debate over food imports goes to the heart of what type of country we want to be post-Brexit and coronavirus, George Freeman MP writes.
He's gone from zero to hero in six months.
As well as giving Tory MPs something to talk about that isn’t Brexit, Gove’s flurry of activity has been welcomed outside
“It’s a myth. There is no free trade in food in the world.”
Liam Fox’s “madhouse” claims of a free trade boom after Brexit will lead to the UK flooded with lower-standard food, one
Don't you love the way a certain ingredient can totally enhance the flavour of another ingredient? Whether it is peanut butter and jam or strawberries and cream, some foods just taste better when served with another. Usually opposites attract; sweet and sour, crunchy and smooth, juicy and chewy, salty and sweet...
Michelin stars: they have come a long way from being attributed to roadside eateries to being bestowed upon the best restaurants
It's time to rebrand healthy food as the norm, not as an anomaly; this idea of not liking vegetables and so on has to have come from somewhere. Why not use the same source to promote liking them?
They say that having a little bit of what you fancy is the key to leading a healthy lifestyle - just as long as you do it