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In short, no. You should never pour cooking oil, whether used or not, down the drain. This causes a wealth of problems for the sewage works and drainage systems. Not only could this affect your own home or business, but

You might think that reheating cooking oil is a great idea; it saves money, it means less waste in the long run and you don’t have to dispose of it if you just keep reusing it. But there are actually

In a world where we’re more aware of our general health, people are constantly looking to make healthier choices in the kitchen, and much of this means swapping out the cooking oil you’re using. Where there are several common cooking

It has long been the opinion that olive oil is one of the healthiest cooking oils on the market. But there are a few sceptics who have called that into question, especially with the rise in popularity of rapeseed oil,

Olive oil is commonly used in the preparation and garnishing of a wide range of different meals and dishes. Many restaurants and those in the catering industry rely heavily on olive oil, more so than other types of cooking oil.

Whether you like cooking with oil in the home or in the workplace, this versatile product is considered to be liquid gold. Not only can you use it to fry up your favourite meal and roast the perfect potatoes, but

As a caterer, food manufacturer, restaurants, cafe or takeaway owner, you must adhere to certain rules and regulations in regards to food waste, food leftovers and waste cooking oil from your kitchens. Knowing the rules can help you avoid hefty

Cooking oil shortages have hit the UK hard, as well as the rest of the world, for a number of reasons. With the war in Ukraine and Indonesia banning exports to protect their own domestic oil supplies, the shortage has

Cooking oil is an essential resource for small businesses and establishments alike. Whether it be an independent restaurant or cafe, a friendly care home or a public hospital, there are an abundance of industries and sectors who rely on the