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Speciality Food Magazine Jan 2019 Back Issue

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In the January 2019 edition of Speciality Food, you'll find not only the usual insights into the fine food industry in terms of news and exclusive expert insight, but also a host of features poised to set your new year off on the right foot. If being more environmentally-friendly is on your list of new year resolutions, you'll find our opinion piece from The Rainforest Alliance's Joseph Cameron Booth both enlightening and inspiring; and if you're looking to refresh the look and feel of your store in the coming months, we've got a feature for you, too. Meanwhile, famed cheese expert Juliet Harbutt is sharing her top cheese pairing tips, and two of the UK's most renowned cheese businesses tell us how they maintain their legendary reputations alive and kicking. Moving from cheese to something a little sweeter, we look into the changing face of chocolate; consumers are looking for a story behind their indulgences these days, and we highlight the brands offering them just that
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Jan 2019 In the January 2019 edition of Speciality Food, you'll find not only the usual insights into the fine food industry in terms of news and exclusive expert insight, but also a host of features poised to set your new year off on the right foot. If being more environmentally-friendly is on your list of new year resolutions, you'll find our opinion piece from The Rainforest Alliance's Joseph Cameron Booth both enlightening and inspiring; and if you're looking to refresh the look and feel of your store in the coming months, we've got a feature for you, too. Meanwhile, famed cheese expert Juliet Harbutt is sharing her top cheese pairing tips, and two of the UK's most renowned cheese businesses tell us how they maintain their legendary reputations alive and kicking. Moving from cheese to something a little sweeter, we look into the changing face of chocolate; consumers are looking for a story behind their indulgences these days, and we highlight the brands offering them just that


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In the January 2019 edition of Speciality Food, you'll find not only the usual insights into the fine food industry in terms of news and exclusive expert insight, but also a host of features poised to set your new year off on the right foot. If being more environmentally-friendly is on your list of new year resolutions, you'll find our opinion piece from The Rainforest Alliance's Joseph Cameron Booth both enlightening and inspiring; and if you're looking to refresh the look and feel of your store in the coming months, we've got a feature for you, too. Meanwhile, famed cheese expert Juliet Harbutt is sharing her top cheese pairing tips, and two of the UK's most renowned cheese businesses tell us how they maintain their legendary reputations alive and kicking. Moving from cheese to something a little sweeter, we look into the changing face of chocolate; consumers are looking for a story behind their indulgences these days, and we highlight the brands offering them just that
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