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    Interview: Very Sad Food

    Food&Drink Editor Lydia Waller interviews UoB based Instagram account creators of Very Sad Food, discussing all things baked beans and expectations of student life

    Written by Lydia Waller on 27th February 2019


    Interview: PROPERCORN founder Cassandra Stavrou

    Amber Allcock interviews Cassandra Stavrou, the founder of PROPERCORN, to find out more about the brand’s ethos and their delicious, healthy products.

    Written by Amber Allcock on 18th April 2018


    Interview: Nutella Tasha (@nutellatasha)

    Redbrick’s Amber Allcock interviews Nutella Tasha, a Birmingham-based Instagram blogger, about her insider-knowledge of the city, and her Instagram experience.

    Written by Amber Allcock on 29th January 2018


    Interview: Mowgli Street Food

    Amber Allcock visits Mowgli Street Food - Grand Central’s exciting new culinary hotspot - to discuss the restaurant’s ethos and all it has to offer, with Nick, the company’s business development manager.

    Written by Amber Allcock on 7th December 2017


    “Living Below the Line” – In Conversation with Alex Fergusson

    Food Editor Adele Franghiadi interviews third year Alex Fergusson who has just completed his week of “Living Below the Line” to raise money for Tearfund

    Written by Adele Franghiadi on 2nd December 2017


    Interview: Positively Jessica Ward

    Food Editor Caitlin Dickinson interviews the health blogger Positively Jessica Ward to shed light on healthy eating for students, and get exciting tricks and tips on how to have a healthier lifestyle at university

    Written by Caitlin Dickinson on 13th November 2017
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