Top 20 UK Food Blogs 2013


Top Food Blogs 2013

Every month, Foodies100 calculates the reach, engagement and influence of thousands of UK food and drink blogs to devise our top 100 listings.

But who were the TOP food bloggers in the UK during 2013?

Here, based on scores for the whole of the year, are our top 20 food and drink blogs of the year:

  1. Tinned Tomatoes 
  2. Foodstuff Finds 
  3. Chocolate Log Blog 
  4. A Mummy Too 
  5. The Crazy Kitchen 
  6. The Daily Spud 
  7. Maison Cupcake 
  8. Eat Like a Girl 
  9. Cook Sister 
  10. Babaduck 
  11. Fuss Free Flavours 
  12. Home Baked 
  13. Spittoon
  14. Ren Behan 
  15. Jim’s Chocolate Mission 
  16. Belleau Kitchen 
  17. Lavender and Lovage
  18. Food Stories 
  19. Marmite Lover 
  20. Cherished by Me 


How are the scores calculated?

Each blog is scored using seven different metrics to give a rounded picture of a blog’s popularity and influence. These metrics include page impressions, unique visits, Klout, Kred, MozRank, inlinks and recent inlinks.  Blogs are ranked and assigned points for each individual metric, and these points are then added together to give an overall score, and ranking. This chart is based on data collected from January to December 2013. 


Sally is the publisher of Foodies100, the UK's largest directory of brilliant UK food and drink blogs and bloggers. Every day of the week, we promote the UK's best and most exciting blogs about food and drink.

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