A Brief History of Baguettes
Oui Brits can't get enough of the French baguette sandwich with global appeal.
Baguettes account for around a quarter of all sandwiches sold within the UK, in this post we take a look at how one of our favourite loaves came to be...
Latte Levy Fails to adddress underlying issues with disposable cups and waste.
Planglow urges Government to lift proposed consumer charge from single-use coffee cups and invest in UKs waste management infrastructure
Since its launch in 2016, Planglow has watched the single-use coffee cup debate unfold with great interest and we welcome the government’s latest report which highlights some of the challenges posed by non-recyclable products, not least to our business. However we feel that the current proposal is short-sighted as it fails to address sustainable long term solutions.
Hot food packaging sales up 36%
From November 2016 to October 2017, we saw sales of our eco food packaging products increase by a fifth (20.76%) when compared to the previous 12 months as growing numbers of food providers look to strengthen their brand and highlight their eco stance.
Trend or Pho: 2018’s Food Trends To-Go!
We cast our expert eye over the grab and go market and make our top food trend predictions for the year to come
Plant life, noodles, the importance of 'keeping it real' plus a whole crop of foodie movers and shakers...
Not Just a Pretty Interface
While our jazzy new website's quite the looker, it's so much more than just a pretty interface
Yep this beauty offers all kinds of wizzy new features (that's the technical term obvs.) to make your life that little bit easier. Our Q& A below takes a little look at just what it can do...
Footloose and Gluten Free
Gluten-free offerings and how to create your own
In 2016 the gluten-free market was worth a staggering £2.6bn worldwide with sales taking one sizable - 12.6% or £323m - step up on the previous year (Euromonitor). This figure is all the more astonishing given that this expansion was three times that of the wider packaged foods market (4%). What’s more, give it another three years and sales of gluten-free products are set to grow over a third (38%) as much again reaching a giddying £3.57bn (Euromonitor). As the market continues to blow up however, it does beg the question: why are so many consumers bidding adieu to gluten? What’s more, how can you introduce a gluten-free offering?
So Hot Right Now
Three trends for spring / summer
The coming months are full to bursting with new concepts, flavours and culinary finesse. In this post, we take a peek inside the great melting pot of developing trends and simmer it down to three…
One in nine grab and go purchases served hot
We take a look at what's happened to the grab and go market over the last six months...
We stock a whole lot of customisable looks but sometimes our customers want something designed especially for them
In this post we take a peek at some of the bespoke labels, logos and packaging products we've created over the past eighteen months...
Baguette Me Not
How one woman won back her customers from the deluge of coffee shop chains
Since 2003, the Baguette House prided itself on offering a fine array of sandwiches and snacks, but when an influx of coffee shop franchises took away half her business, the owner Alex Brittain decided to fight back.