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The Great British Blog

The Great British Blog

Welcome to The Great British Blog! Here, you'll find a treasure trove of information about the rich history and culture of British food. From popular British food brands to classic recipes and fun, informative posts about all things British cuisine, we've got you covered.

Stay up to date with the latest news and updates from The Great British Shop, and get inspired to try out new dishes and flavors from across the pond. Whether you're a seasoned pro in the kitchen or just starting to explore the world of British food, our blog is the perfect resource for food lovers of all levels. So grab a cuppa and dive in!

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  • Tunnock's. What else needs saying? - The Great British Shop
    December 16, 2022

    Tunnock's. What else needs saying?

    Tunnock's Wafers are a popular confectionery product that is made and sold in Scotland. They are made of a thin, crispy biscuit base that is coated in chocolate, and are known for their distinctive packaging, which features a red and...

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  • Yorkshire Tea, a proper brew. - The Great British Shop
    December 16, 2022

    Yorkshire Tea, a proper brew.

    Yorkshire Tea is a brand of black tea that is made and sold in the United Kingdom. It is produced by the company Taylors of Harrogate, which has been producing tea and coffee for over 150 years. Yorkshire Tea was...

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  • Irn Bru, Scotland's other national drink! - The Great British Shop
    December 16, 2022

    Irn Bru, Scotland's other national drink!

    Irn Bru is a popular carbonated soft drink that is made and sold in Scotland. It is known for its bright orange colour and unique flavour, which is a combination of fruit and spices. Irn Bru was first produced in...

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  • A bit about Bisto! - The Great British Shop
    December 16, 2022

    A bit about Bisto!

    Bisto is a brand of gravy and other food products that is widely popular in the United Kingdom. It was created by the Roberts and Patterson company in 1908 and has been a staple in British kitchens ever since.  Bisto...

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