Food going in the bin

Every day in the UK, we waste 20 million slices of bread, 280 tonnes of poultry and 4.4 million tonnes of potatoes. And that’s just for starters. Each year, we bin 6.5 million tonnes of food – of which 4.5 million tonnes is still edible.

Chocolate bar

The UK is a nation of chocolate lovers, with the average Brit estimated to consume 7560 chocolate bars in their lifetime! But did you know that choosing the right chocolate bars can help protect the environment and be guilt free?

Two brown and white cows in a field

Veganism is on the rise. Over a half a million people signed up to Veganuary last year and even more are expected to do so this year. Many people cite the environment as a key motivation for cutting animal products. But is eating plant-based really all it’s cracked up to be when it comes to the planet?

Forget the misconceptions around plant-based diets, here’s why less meat and dairy is better for you.

There has never been more choice when it comes to dairy-free milk options, but some are kinder to the climate than others

Is organic food better for you and does it cost more?

The diets we’re used to will be impacted dramatically if climate change goes unchecked.

Grill green.

Green cooking tips and tricks that make meal prep more sustainable and energy efficient.

Organic food

Denmark’s cows honour organic food by dancing (yes, really).

Low carbon diet

Eat well for the planet – and your health.

You’ve heard of low-carb diets, but what about a low carbon diet? Thanks to intensive agriculture, crop farming, livestock management, packaging and logistics, the food system is responsible for a third of all global greenhouse emissions.

Plastic Free July is a challenge that started in Australia but is now spreading all over the world as we struggle to contain our containers and banish our overwhelming plastic waste. So it’s a great time to pledge against plastic - and what better place to start than with the humble drinking bottle?

With the UK government declaring a climate emergency, more of us than ever are looking for ways to cut down our greenhouse gas emissions. So, why not give some plant-based alternatives a try this week?

The benefits of buying local, seasonal and sustainable food

Here are nine key benefits of buying local, seasonal and sustainable food.

How to Reduce Meat Consumption and Food Waste

By making smart choices about the food we buy and put on our plate we can literally stop food costing the earth! Agriculture is responsible for around 30% of global carbon emissions.


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