THE journey from Britain’s farms to the food on your plate is vital to keeping the country going. Here’s how it’s broken down irrevocably.
A COUPLE cannot tell if the pleasure of a friend's company outweighs the hassle of accommodating his allergies.
AN office worker who left his packed lunch at home is planning to swing by his local food bank for a sandwich, a bag of crisps and a Coke.
VEGANS due to visit your problematic, animal-product-filled house? Here's how to pretend you're as morally superior as them.
POST-BREXIT food shortages are a marvellous opportunity for Brits to reacquaint themselves with our world-beating condiments. Leave voter Roy Hobbs explains.
JUST been to the supermarket? Bought a few lovely fresh things that are spending the journey home rapidly decomposing? These are going straight in the bin.
A FAMILY of morons out for a bank holiday meal have asked their waiter why he is working today with puzzled fascination.
ARRIVED in a new town and walked into the first place you’ve seen? Here are the warning signs that it’s the worst restaurant within a 20-mile radius.
SOME food packaging is more impenetrable than Fort Knox. Here are ones you will always humiliatingly fail at trying to open.