A FISHERMAN who starred in yesterday’s episode of The Hungry Sailors TV series has welcomed the publicity boost it has given to the Bailiwick.
AN INDIAN restaurateur has opened up his kitchen to prove he has nothing to hide since cleaning up a string of hygiene problems.
A VARIETY of options exist within the island’s obesity strategy to tackle the problem, the Health and Social Services Department has said.
ISLANDERS have nothing to fear if they have inadvertently eaten horsemeat, the director of Environmental Health said yesterday.
ISLANDERS may unwittingly have been eating horseflesh.
FROZEN burgers sold by Waitrose and the Co-op have been removed as a precautionary measure after horse DNA was found in some Tesco and Iceland products earlier this month.
CUSTOMERS should be able to understand nutritional information more easily as a standardised labelling system will be used in all major supermarkets.
RISING food prices have been hitting Guernsey farmers and shops.
TASTE Guernsey’s first food festival got off to a flying start yesterday, with many sessions packed with people.
GUERNSEY needs to be more self-sufficient in food production, new research has highlighted.