In light of the recent Boohoo mislabelling controversy, Josh Simpson, co-founder of sustainability rating app Impact Score, asks: can consumers be sure of anything anymore? Featured in Green Business Journal Issue 11, click on the full article below or head to page 12 of this link> The Green Business Journal is a quarterly release, written to highlight the latest and biggest green business and environmental… Read More »Made in the UK – fact or fiction?
Purple-sprouting broccoli – what a jolly magnificent veg! Even more magnificent is our free food planner listing all the in-season produce available from farms and greengrocers in the UK this March. Our food planners list all the seasonal produce being grown in the UK this month, ensuring they aren’t loaded with air miles or plastic packaging. Take a look for yourself:
This February we are serving you juicy fruits and spring greens! And can you believe brussels sprouts are still hanging on in there? Our food planners list all the seasonal produce being grown in the UK this month, ensuring they aren’t loaded with air miles or plastic packaging. Take a look for yourself:
This month we are serving luscious alliums, leafy greens and robust roughage! Our food planners list all the seasonal produce being grown in the UK this month, which isn’t loaded with air miles or plastic packaging. Here’s to a healthy and sustainable year ahead of us, for all of us.
We’ve done things differently this month to give you your very own Seasonal (food) Advent Calendar! We challenge you to eat an in-season scrummy piece of produce every day in December. Simply click, print, stick to your fridge, and tick off each day as you eat your way through the festive season.
You can’t beat a beetroot! But you can make delicious snacks out of it. Here’s a low carbon, low cost Beetroot Hummus recipe that’ll feed the hungriest of bellies for around £1 per person. And don’t forget to have a glance at this November food planner, which lists the seasonal fruit and veg you should be buying loose this month.
Beetroot Hummus Snack This freezable hummus is a great way of using up a glut of beetroot and makes a vibrant, healthy, low carbon snack Where possible try to buy organic veg or veg that will go to waste – most supermarkets sell wonky veg options.
As the nights close in don’t you find yourself craving warmer, earthier, filling food? Well, we say lean into it. Yummy root veg, earthy greens bought sustainably from your local farmer. Check out our recipe for ‘Pumpkin, garlic & tomato soup’ – why not reduce waste and make a batch of soup with carving leftovers (and post-Halloween pumpkins)? It’ll feed each person for around £1,… Read More »Pumpkins and other fresh October veg
You should give a jot because changing your household’s food purchases is the single biggest positive impact you can have on the planet. Why? Because 23% of our carbon emissions comes from the food we eat. And you don’t have to make massive changes. Just swapping a few groceries for locally grown alternatives has an impact. And we’ve made it even simpler. Here is a… Read More »Which fresh and local groceries to buy in September
Changing our approach to foodOne of the biggest changes we can make as individuals is changing what we eat. We think the easiest way to do this (after using our app to scan your products) is to buy produce that has been grown locally, which means it is ‘in-season’. Here are your free food plannersThey list all the in-season fruit, veg and herbs being grown… Read More »Free Food Planners 2023 – 2024