Maltesers has been championing disability and promoting inclusiveness for a while now with its ‘Look on the Light side’ campaign and rightly so!
World Braille Day is on the 4th January every year and this year the confectionery brand, owned by Mars, created a special build OOH (out of home) advert display at a Farringdon bus station in London, to raise awareness of the day and of course promote the...
David Lloyd Leisure Centre is giving their members a chance to earn their food by burning calories.
The cafe is called ‘Run For Your Bun’ and is part of a scheme to highlight the important part which food plays in maintaining a balanced diet.
Members will have to perform a high intensity, 10 minute interval on the exercise machines which has been created by the personal trainers at David Lloyd.
I’m a sucker for a Love Actually at the airport moment – they literally make me feel like the Grinch when his heart grows three sizes in one day – so I had to squeeze this in from KLM Royal Dutch Airlines before Christmas.
With so many people travelling solo home for the holidays, the airline decided to do something that would bring people together in the true spirit of Christmas before their...
Love it or hate it, can Marmite taste better with alcohol and cheese?
Restaurant chain Bill’s is convinced it can, and so has added a Marmite cocktail to its new Marmite menu for the New Year.
The restaurant has partnered with the iconic British brand to run the limited edition menu during January that guests can order from by whispering the password ‘spread the love’.
January is typically a quiet...
Posted by Johny Ho
on 22nd Dec 2016 in ALL
, Food and drink
This holiday, you can put your unwanted gifts to good use and get some free food at the same time. Burger King is offering customers the chance to exchange unwanted holiday gifts for a Whopper on Dec. 26. The exchange program is valid in three specific stores one from each participant city: Miami (US), London (UK) and São Paulo (Brazil).
The US and UK promotion is valid for the first 100 people, while in Brazil...