Bite Back 2030 wants to achieve a world where all young people have the opportunity to be healthy. Our guest, Rebecca Morgan, explains more.
Posts tagged with "food"
Happy pancake day! Will you be indulging this Shrove Tuesday? If so, how will you be having yours? Share your pancake tips and favourites with us.
It’s time for the great British scone debate! Are you a cream first or jam first person? I’ve been asking the office which way round is best.
It’s still only November but, as I’m not from these parts, I’d like to get ahead of the curve. What makes a great mince pie!? I, honestly, have no idea.
Inspired by a community member, I’m wondering whether not being able to pick your own fruit and veg might put you off online grocery shopping.
Food waste can cause just as much damage to the planet as plastic waste, but not everyone has, or can have, a food waste bin. Is yours going straight to landfill?
Professor Dame Sally Davies, Chief Medical Officer for England and Chief Medical Advisor to the Government, explains how the country can tackle obesity.
Woody Johnson has dismissed farming and food production in Europe as a ‘museum of agriculture’ – but is that really the case?
What do the future decades hold for consumers, food suppliers and farmers? There are plenty of challenges, but also opportunities, ahead…
We each have our own traditions and preferences when it comes to Christmas dinner – but do Yorkshire puddings sit atop your plate?
(more on Christmas dinner…)
As Christmas approaches, it’s sometimes easy to become swept up in the frenzy of present buying without checking details. Have you ever returned an item after a little more research?
It seems almost every week there’s a new food scare – be it how much we eat, or what we’re eating – making us question what we put in our shopping baskets. But what’s it like if you’re a vegetarian?
The tragic recent death of Natasha Ednan-Laperouse following a severe allergic reaction has raised urgent questions about food labelling. Do you think manufacturers should be doing more?
Supermarkets have monitored our shopping habits for decades and designed stores to influence us – but is that all about to change?