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Story by Sarah Stephenson One of the joys of working at Jamie’s Italian is that we regularly arrange trips for staff, often to Italy, where they meet our suppliers and experience real Italian life – from a food and drink perspective, obviously! The adventures are allot of fun and a great chance for the staff Read the full article…

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Story by Monisha Saldanha Last night Rose Gray, chef and cookery writer, passed away after a lengthy fight against cancer, at the age of 71. Rose opened the River Café in Hammersmith, west London with Ruth Rogers in 1987. These two women were pioneers in creating a menu featuring fresh, seasonal ingredients as the heroes. Read the full article…

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Story by Christopher Pryke There is light at the end of the tunnel for confused consumers as a new labelling code of practice is introduced for the country of origin for pork and pork products. Major supermarkets have endorsed the voluntary code which aims to give clear and unambiguous information about country of origin on Read the full article…

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Story by Katy Tapp We’re proud to introduce a new jobs section on Jamie’s website. On the Join Us page, there are many different types of businesses that form our organisation and we look for everything from Runners to Buyers, from Accountants to Managing Directors of international retail businesses. It's important to us that we Read the full article…

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Story by Camilla Cameron Jamie’s Ministry of Food, Bradford has been hailed in the city as a success as cooking classes are now full until Easter. The first lessons began last month at the Centre in John Street and until April there are now 10 classes a week. Pupils range in age from children as Read the full article…

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Story by Caragh Cook Dogwoof brings to UK audiences the much anticipated documentary Food, Inc., one of the US’ highest grossing independent films of the year, which has taken almost $4.5 million to date and is currently rocking the US food industry. Tonight, the film will screen across the UK in a one-off day of Read the full article…

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Story by Molly Sorohan It’s not so often that dinner dates turn out to be those perfectly romantic evenings bathed in candlelight, brimming with meaningful glances and–oh yeah, amazing food to boot. In reality, dinner dates tend to be slightly nerve-wracking affairs full of potentially first-impression-busting decisions: Where should you go? If you get steered Read the full article…

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Story by Stephen Simms At the end of January we were very lucky to visit Sillfield Farm in Cumbria to meet Pete Gott and his rare breed livestock. After an early start and a long train journey we arrived at the farm and were greeted by the legendary Mr. Gott. Having enjoyed a delicious lunch Read the full article…