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It feels like the Anglican Church has given up railing against the lost meaning of Easter eggs – it’s sponsored its own.
It's Christmas and you know what that means...turkey, and arguments
'Anywhere in the world I smell hickory, it takes me straight home'
This week I've been eating... Carluccio's Lasagne
My earliest food memory...Marmite sandwiches on sliced white bread. I used to press the bread down to the thickness of a coin, and I remember that really lovely transformation of texture from fluffy white bread to something quite dense and getting that little salty hit in the middle.
A Cadbury's advertising campaign which compared Naomi Campbell to a bar of chocolate was not racist, the industry's watchdog has ruled.
US civil rights activists stepped in after company compared Naomi Campbell to a chocolate bar
Model calls advertisment 'insulting and hurtful' as consumer boycott is threatened
'You just get on with life in New Zealand'
When Craig Sams sold his organic chocolate company Green & Black's to Cadbury for £20m in 2005, he was anxious to emphasise that his ultra-ethical brand was in good hands.
Roger Carr, the tycoon who saw through the sale of the 200-year-old British company Cadbury to the US multinational Kraft in February, has been knighted for services to industry in today's New Year Honours list.
This week saw the release of figures from the Public Health Observatories which concluded that Birmingham is the fattest city in Europe. Some 29 per cent of adults in the city are obese, which is more than twice the European average. And the prospects don't look good for the next generation either: 25 per cent of 11- and 12-year-olds in the city are obese too.
The Alexander McQueen Company was last night considering legal action after the confectioners Cadbury released a Flake advertisement featuring a floating female figure which allegedly resembles the late designer's famous 1996 hologram of Kate Moss.
This is the story of a family. They're called the Joneses and they're new in town. They've just bought the best house on the block, and they've got all the coolest gadgets, the chicest clothes. They're beautiful, glossy, buffed. Heck, the parents even still have sex. With each other.
Will it be the Boat Race, or the goat race? A walk in the wild, or a close encounter with robots? There are hundreds of fantastic activities around Britain to keep the family entertained. Here's our selection of spring delights
When you think about it, digital years are like dog years. Only shorter. Twelve digital months are perhaps 10 years in the real world; change happens fast and fads die young.