The UK’S infatuation with avocados isn’t going anywhere. Lakeland recently reported that sales of its avocado tools and gadgets – such as its three-in-one avocado tool – were up by 280%.
As part of the government’s goal to cut sugar levels in breakfast cereals by 2020, Kellogg’s has reduced the amount of sugar in Coco Pops by 40%. It took over three years to finalise the new recipe, which has received mixed feedback.
Halloumi fries certainly aren’t a new phenomenon – we brought you a recipe back in 2016, as the trend was beginning to take off – but this year they’ve really hit the mainstream. When Aldi began stocking them in May, they sold out almost immediately.
We’re seeing more food and drink products containing hemp as an ingredient, including
Love Hemp Water – the first cannabidiolinfused spring water in Europe (99p for 500ml, Holland & Barrett) – and several varieties of hemp chocolate.
With veganism continuing to grow in popularity, the number of dairy-free cheese alternatives has rocketed. London- and Brighton-based vegan pizzeria Purezza has even announced plans to launch a dairy-free cheese factory!