Frustrated by the amount of plastic packaging that just ends up being thrown away after a typical food shop, Ingrid Caldironi decided to take matters into her own hands by opening the London’s first plastic free shop. Bulk Market stocks more than 300 items in the pop-up shop and it’s not just food. Alongside dried goods there’s […]
So much of the plastic we buy is used only once before being thrown away. Clingfilm is a common culprit. It sticks to everything (except what you want it to) and it’s always difficult find the end of the roll. As it turns out, there’s a sustainable alternative which doesn’t have these drawbacks, and it can be made in 7 simple steps…
Supermarkets that sell out-of-date produce and apps that identify food at risk of being binned are part of an ambitious plan to slash the nation’s food waste. Via: The Guardian, 17 August 2017 How Norway is selling out-of-date food to help tackle waste
A frightening amount of the food we buy ends up in the bin. As a student on a budget, this troubled Emily Marshall. So she decided to take matters in to her own hands and investigate sources of food waste in her own kitchen. Here are her top tips for getting a grip on food waste at home
Every year we throw away a lot of food, much of it perfectly edible. Perhaps it is just an inevitable part of our pre-prepared, ready bagged, multipacked, buy-one-get-one-free way of shopping. But Tony Cowling thinks not and has a friend who is providing living proof.
Various dates to be announced – Across the Bracknell Forest, Reading and Wokingham council areas – Admission free