A Yorkshire fish and chip shop has opened a new branch in China.
Toby Carvery has launched a delivery service for its roast dinners.
An Aberdeen Italian restaurant forced to close last year after a fire will re-open today.
Marks & Spencer (M&S) is ploughing ahead with its turnaround plan after half-year sales slumped during a “challenging” period for its clothing and homeware business.
The owner of a Teesside restaurant says they have “stamped their authority” on the World Parmo Championships by winning it for a fourth time in a row.
Officers are appealing for information following a spate of robberies from takeaway vans in Aberdeen.
Robert Gordon University has launched a search for north-east food entrepreneurs who could follow in the footsteps of Jamie Oliver by setting up shop on campus.
The United Nations’ food agency says around 14% of the food produced globally is lost and is urging action to address the causes of food loss as part of efforts to protect the environment.
A no-deal Brexit will make the UK a “paradise” for speculators, spivs and smugglers to make money out of medicine shortages, Gordon Brown is to warn.
A shortbread competition will join the range of events on offer at a north-east town's annual food festival this weekend.
A national food charity provided surplus food to 76 holiday projects during the summer and estimates that at least 6,315 children accessed meals at these projects every week.
Food and drink enthusiasts turned out in droves this weekend for Elgin’s ninth annual celebration of local produce.
Its famous steak pie and crinkle-cut chips made it an Inverness institution, but the Castle Restaurant is set to close after 60 years in business
A much-loved Inverness restaurant will close its doors after six decades in business next month.
Radical steps must be taken to create a sustainable and healthy UK food and farming system by 2030.
Annual spend on food at HMP Grampian has declined for the first time since it opened, thanks to a reduction in demand for kosher meals.
A review of the UK food system has been announced by Defra Secretary of State Michael Gove.
It's not what you think at first but Lidl have created a new tartan based on food.
Tesco stores in Inverness are joining hundreds of others across the UK this weekend to celebrate four years of the supermarket’s surplus food donation scheme.
Thousands of people are expected to flock to the north-east this weekend as a major food festival celebrates its 20th anniversary.
A trio of north butchers proved they’re a cut above the rest after being crowned champions of the inaugural Scottish Butchers Wars, run by Scottish Craft Butchers and sponsored by Scotch Lamb PGI.
A film explaining how funded nursery lunches work has been launched by Moray Council.
On a recent night out with a colleague, I was scouring a list of Aberdeen eateries to find one that we had yet to review for these pages.
A vegan restaurant in Inverness is stretching out a hand to those in need by launching a pay it forward scheme.
VIDEO: Michelin star chef Michael Smith demonstrates how to make a warming and delicious rhubarb fool
During the winter months, rhubarb crumble is the go-to pudding.
Supermarket Co-op is asking customers to help them name a new gender-neutral “gingerbread person” they will be releasing in stores.
Being watched while we eat, or watching someone else work through their dinner, is something most of us would feel pretty uncomfortable about.
Forget visiting the nearest chippy – Michelin-star chef Michael Smith reveals how to make the perfect battered fish at home
Certain smells trigger special memories.
The world’s best marmalade is produced here in the north-east.
I remember visiting Burghead as a kid and loving the mixture of beach, rockpools and busy harbour, and the way the houses seemed to huddle together for shelter in some of the narrower streets.
Innovative and growing food and drink businesses from across the north-east had their achievements recognised at the region’s prestigious annual food and drink awards last night.
When it comes to choosing quality meat, nothing gives Aberdeenshire farmer David Barron more satisfaction than buying his own beef at the local butcher.
A special pot luck supper competition will be held in Aberdeen to raise funds for a north-east cancer care centre.