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Pizza hut apologises after promotion divides opinion.

Pizza hut apologises after promotion divides opinion.

Food, Taste
Pizza hut have been forced to apologise after running a promotion in conjunction with The Sun. The brand has been faced with a barrage of criticism from consumers threating to boycott. Two weeks earlier Paperchase was criticised after running a similar promotion with the daily mail. We apologise for any offence caused as a result of this partnership. The aim of this offer was simply to give our customers the chance to enjoy a free pizza to share with their family and friends. — Pizza Hut DeliveryUK (@pizzahutdeliver) December 2, 2017 Stop Funding Hate, a group who try to persuade advertisers to pull their support for publications like the daily mail and The Sun is now involved.Releasing a statement on twitter after the apology. Hi @PizzaHutDeliver - we understand that you need
Winter Wonderland continues to stand out in bringing Christmas spirit

Winter Wonderland continues to stand out in bringing Christmas spirit

Culture, Entertainment, Taste
Over the past ten years, Winter Wonderland has been spreading the Christmas spirit throughout London. This year the event kick-started on 17th November at Hyde Park, attracting thousands of Londoners and tourists. The fair which has been running since 2007, continues to set a landmark until the 1st of January, with the motive of creating a complete experience of Christmas for the visitors. This mainly includes events such as ice skating, shows, roller coaster rides, festive bars and live music. Photo credits: Sreelakshmi Vachaspathy Reports show that since 2016, 14 million people have visited London’s Winter Wonderland. Even though it is a free event, visitors will have to pay to enjoy the Ice Rink, Zippos Christmas Circus, Cirque Berserk, and the Sooty Christmas Show, Giant Wheel a
Mainstream Vegan: UK’s economy becomes greener

Mainstream Vegan: UK’s economy becomes greener

Animals, Culture, economy, Experience, Food, Health, Taste, trends, Uncategorized
It's official. UK lactose intolerants are cheering and hipsters are more mainstream than ever. Dairy-free milks have been added for the first time ever to the inflation basket. The results published by the Office for National Statistics included soya and almond milk to a list which the main purpose is to serve as a reference of the actual consumer trends. The Office and several analysts point out that this may have happened due to the recent growth of "free-from" diets such as Veganism. A new wave of millennials addicted to new trends and worried about their health have pushed these products up to the top of the list. Every day we see in supermarkets how new meat-free, gluten-free or dairy-free options appear on the shelves, on most occasions, at a high value. This can be explained as a