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Bacofoil launches new Easy Bake Non-Stick

July 7, 2015

Bacofoil has launched its new Easy Bake Non-Stick baking paper. As the nation gets their oven gloves at the ready in preparation for the Great British Bake Off; Bacofoil has launched its new Easy Bake Non-Stick baking paper in Morrisons….
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Bacofoil Student Cook of the Year Competition

Two thirds of students go hungry!

December 10, 2014

An estimated 1.7 million students will go hungry in order to pay bills. A new study conducted by Bacofoil and The National Student looked at shopping and cooking habits amongst students only to highlight the issue of food deprivation.  …
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Should parents get tough on lunch box demands?

Should parents get tough on lunch box demands?

August 21, 2014

Every parent wants the best for their child but it’s not easy to ensure they eat carrots over crisps. With pester power being as powerful as ever, it’s not surprising that parents give in to demands for lunch box foods…
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Bacofoil Student Cook of the Year Competition

Student Cook of the Year 2014

August 14, 2014

Forget beans on toast and frozen pizzas, today’s student has a more sophisticated palate. In fact, a 2014 survey of over 2,000 UK students revealed they spend more on food than clothes, travel or social activities. To celebrate our country’s…
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Picnic

Food with a View

August 8, 2014

Picnics can be fun, romantic and healthy if you build in some serious walking or cycling, but did you know they can be educational too? And we’re not talking about investigating bugs under a microscope or brushing up on geography…
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Jacket Potatoes

Mid-match munch

June 13, 2014

What can you rustle up during the world cup? With the focus on football and all eyes glued on the ball it’s hard to think about food particularly if it involves time consuming recipes. That’s why the experts from Bacofoil…
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Gluten Free Cooking From Bacofoil

Gluten Free Cooking From Bacofoil

May 7, 2014

One in 100 people are coeliac, which is a lifelong autoimmune disease caused by intolerance to gluten. Kate Hardie, whose four-year-old son is coeliac, has experimented with recipes to create some delicious alternatives ranging from mini fishcakes to raspberry, lemon…
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Great British breakfast with a twist

March 17, 2014

There is something undeniably special about the great British breakfast and the length and breadth of Britain, we have our own way of doing things. For some it’s the inclusion of black pudding for others it’s a light breakfast of…
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A New take on Sunday Roasts

A New take on Sunday Roasts

February 17, 2014

Who doesn’t enjoy a Sunday roast? It’s the perfect time of the week to get together with family and friends and rustle up something delicious. Traditional Sunday lunches are served across the country every week, but that doesn’t mean home…
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