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March Seasonal Food Planner 2024 | Impact Score

Jolly broccoli this March

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:

Up the apples and pears this February!

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:

Spring (onion) into Spring 2024

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.

November food planner from Impact Score

Un-beet-able way to shop clever this November

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.

October food planner

Pumpkins and other fresh October veg

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

Which fresh and local groceries to buy in September

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

Leading Consumer Impact Apps – Impact Score® and Giki Badges – Unite to Accelerate Ethical Change in UK Retail Sector

Two of the UK’s leading consumer impact apps – Giki Badges and Impact Score®– are coming together in a deal that will create an unrivalled source of intelligence to help inform shoppers’ buying decisions.  Already, Impact Score® contains details of over 120,000 UK businesses, while Giki Badges scores over 280,000 FMCG products across a range of environmental, social and nutritional measures. Their combined database will… Read More »Leading Consumer Impact Apps – Impact Score® and Giki Badges – Unite to Accelerate Ethical Change in UK Retail Sector

Shopping with Impact Score

How a simple app encourages ethical shopping with real Living Wage employers.

The free Impact Score® app helps consumers to shop more ethically and support employers committed to paying all their staff a real Living Wage, over those who don’t. As we become more aware of our impact on the planet, more consumers want to spend their hard-earned cash with socially and environmentally conscious companies. Recycling initiatives, fair pay, and tax payments are all under consideration for… Read More »How a simple app encourages ethical shopping with real Living Wage employers.

First-of-its-Kind App Empowers Consumers to Force Change in Big Business Behaviour

Christmas shoppers with a conscience will have the power to change big retailer behaviour for the better this year, thanks to the launch of a new, free, ethical app, which will ensure their voice is heard by companies like Tesco and Amazon. The first of its kind app has been developed by ‘Impact Monitor’, a North-West based group of like-minded data experts, ex-CEOs and academics.… Read More »First-of-its-Kind App Empowers Consumers to Force Change in Big Business Behaviour