Category Archives: Food

Wood pigeon thrives in UK’s warmer winters

As food prices soar across the UK consumers may find themselves hunting for free food again. Never fear, the RSPB’ s Big Garden Birdwatch survey has reported sightings of wood pigeons in people’s gardens rocketing by 665%. BBC report. To … Continue reading

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EU to Hold an Investigation into Supermarket Dominance

Cheap food doesn’t actually come cheap.  Not for some anyway. A proposal put forward by Euro MP Caroline Lucas to hold an investigation into supermarket dominance has been approved by the European Union.  Caroline has been lobbying Brussels to examine the impacts … Continue reading

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Is your prawn sandwich a deadly luxury?

These days you eat or drink something and before you know you’re part of a destructive change of events, destroying other peoples lives and their surrounding environment. Beware the humble prawn sandwich! Prawn production is linked to a number of … Continue reading

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The egg, symbolic of life itself, is nutritious and serves up well as a snack or as part of a more substantial meal. Everyone the world over eats eggs. Oh, except vegans. The thing is we at The Coffee House … Continue reading

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