The sandwich chain is the target of a Twitter campaign about its use of the ‘devil’s herb’
The unnamed New Yorker found the amphibian sprawled in her lunch.
When John Maughan stole a violin from a sandwich shop outside London's Euston station in 2010, he apparently didn't realise quite how valuable it was.
Why not try leading group meditation or introducing sensory objects?
The coffee giant Starbucks has become the first British chain to sign up to a goodwill initiative allowing customers to buy a beverage and reserve one for the homeless.
Customers pay in advance for a coffee meant for someone who can’t afford one - it's a simple concept which should be introduced to coffee shops in the UK
Company boosts its recruitment of British nationals following criticism
The sandwich chain Pret A Manger has caved into religious protests and withdrawn its new Virgin Mary crisps.
A new survey might be the final word in the matter - babies and booze don't mix
Recently I had breakfast at a London branch of the popular Franco-Belgian bakery chain, Le Pain Quotidien. An integral element of the firm's rustic, continental brand image is its insistence on serving hot drinks not in a cup or mug, but in a bowl.
After a lawyer's jibe at the long lunches of his French colleagues caused a row, Samuel Muston studies the cross-Channel midday dining differences
As a 290-year-old violin is auctioned for millions, Andy McSmith celebrates the most famous brand in musical instrument-making
The Saturday Column
This is not just a salad – it's a Marks & Spencer salad, and it contains five times more salt than a packet of crisps.
Fast food chains and restaurants have quietly sunk a plan by Britain's food watchdog to display calorie counts in eating outlets across the country, The Independent can disclose.
Fast food is bad for us – and even worse for the planet. While chains are trying to make their meals ethical, they could do more, argues Sophie Morris