A week full of dairy, non-dairy and most importantly celebratory sushi structures. Here are the stories that grabbed our attention in the last 7 days.

Telegraph

How to beat the 2,500 snacks found to have reduced in size by the ONS. The BBC has your back, the way forward is Jaffa Cakes and Toblerone. You heard it here first.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/02/01/beat-shrinkflation-biscuits-chocolate-cheaper-four-years-ago/

Forbes

Halo Top has overtaken Ben & Jerry’s as America’s best-selling pint-form ice cream. Paul Earle examines what has caused the brand to be valued at over $2 billion by Reuters. A genuine point of difference, design-led, fans not consumers.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/paulearle/2018/01/26/halo-top-and-how-to-be-the-beatles-of-your-business/#6215cfda5fcc

 

The times

The goat’s milk industry is being hit by oversupply. As Arla pulls out of the goat milk market, what does this mean for suppliers?

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/reluctant-shoppers-turn-goats-milk-sour-b0rpn3f50

 

The guardian

Are indies making a dent in coffee giants Costa? With sales falling for the first time last year, Nathalie Olah takes a look at the brand’s competition; big and small.

https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2018/jan/31/costa-coffee-independent-chains

 

metro

Familiar with the cheese wedding cake (very supportive over here), doughnuts on pegs and even pork pie creations; now we give you the sushi wedding cake…

This chef designs sushi cakes and it’s kind of amazing