The Food Practice - News

The Food Practice Ltd update...and about time too!!

Thursday, August 30th, 2012

Well after 24 months of not entering an update on our website (somehow 24 months sounds less time than than 2 years and a tiny bit more excusable!!)...there is a lot to talk about!! Read on to find out more...

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Terribly Clever Cooks Cheats

Friday, October 8th, 2010

Well, we don't often blow our trumpet but we are really proud of our latest project with M&S, The Terribly Clever Cooks Cheats range. We were very involved in the whole of the British launch in the Grocery department and particularly the Terribly Clever range. M&S have a fantastic team and we thoroughly enjoyed working with them. We are equally enjoying the exposure, (TV ad!!) and success M&S are having with the range. Well done guys.

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Welcome to our exciting new website

Monday, September 20th, 2010

The Food Practice finally goes live! After a whole summer of writing copy, taking pictures and our dear friends (thank you Beth and Robert) editing our poor grammar and spelling, we finally launch The Food Practice onto the world wide web. This page is for news, views and general foodie gossip and inspiration. Please let us know if you would like to share anything with us as we welcome guest bloggers and up to the minute debate on the ever changing world of food.

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Tracey Bellow - our London based foodie fashionista... with her keen eye on trends and a finger on the pulse of gastro fashionables...

Wednesday, September 15th, 2010

"It's been a rather disappointing Summer. I stayed put in London to make the most of the capital's calm as the masses went off in search of a break from the madness. But somehow this wonderful city failed to inspire. The weather never really reached its potential, and the food scene followed suit. It was a dreary repeat of 09 with predictable food markets, samey products and the obligatory cupcakes studded sporadically with an odd whoopie pie."

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