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What’s new in Which? magazine: January 2022

What’s new in Which? magazine: January 2022

Which? magazine is the UK’s bestselling monthly, trusted by more than half a million subscribers. It’s packed with reviews, advice, investigations and news – our aim is to make individuals...

Slow cooker recipe fails: what causes them and how to fix them

Slow cooker recipe fails: what causes them and how to fix them

Too dry? Too tough? Too liquid? Our round-up of expert slow cooker recipe tips can help you avoid common slow cooker pitfalls and disasters.

Product recall: Jus-Rol and supermarket-brand raw pastry products may contain salmonella

Product recall: Jus-Rol and supermarket-brand raw pastry products may contain salmonella

Bacteria that can cause food poisoning found in batches of ready-made pastry.

Sun-Pat, KP and Whole Earth beaten by supermarket peanut butters in Which? taste test

Sun-Pat, KP and Whole Earth beaten by supermarket peanut butters in Which? taste test

Discover which cheaper own-label spreads impressed our tasting panel in our crunchy peanut butter showdown

Six things you’ll be surprised to learn aren’t vegan

Six things you’ll be surprised to learn aren’t vegan

Some food and drinks contain animal derivatives or animal by-products you need to be aware of if you live a vegan lifestyle. Find out what they are.

How Facebook fuels Amazon’s fake reviews

How Facebook fuels Amazon’s fake reviews

We went undercover to expose how Facebook groups facilitating the trade of fake reviews – with more than 200,000 members – are hiding in plain sight on the platform, despite promises of a crackdown from both Facebook and the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA). 

Thousands of Amazon sellers using Twitter to gain fake or incentivised reviews

Thousands of Amazon sellers using Twitter to gain fake or incentivised reviews

One Twitter user shared a spreadsheet of over 22,000 listings, and was following almost 800 other Twitter profiles. Another, based in India, told our team they had ‘more than 10,000’ products for sale on Amazon that they were looking for positive feedback for.

Five ways to help garden wildlife in winter

Five ways to help garden wildlife in winter

Winter is the toughest time of year for garden wildlife as natural food resources start to become scarce. There are plenty of practical ways you can help wildlife, without spending a fortune.

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Meat substitutes: from Zalmon to 3D-printed beef, what’s in store for 2022 and beyond?

Meat substitutes: from Zalmon to 3D-printed beef, what’s in store for 2022 and beyond?

Plant-based protein has gone hi-tech - find out what your options are, plus what the future holds

Galaxy tops hot chocolate taste test, but cheap Aldi alternative isn’t far behind

Galaxy tops hot chocolate taste test, but cheap Aldi alternative isn’t far behind

We pitted instant hot chocolate from Cadburys, Options, Galaxy and more against supermarket versions to find the best

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