This week is National Vegetarian Week and people across the country are being encouraged to try new veggie recipes, cut back on meat and choose more meat-free alternatives. Will you be joining in?
Around 10 million tonnes of food is wasted every year in the UK. People like me – living in a small flat, without outdoor space for a compost heap, nor green or food waste collection – are part of the problem. So, what do you do with your food waste?
If ever there was a reason for eating in season and growing your own veg, it’s now.
The ways that foods are marketed to children has been an issue hotly debated for many years. So is the end in sight for junk food advertising to children?
As a nation we’re eating an awful lot of sugar. So could a simple cut to the added sugar in soft drinks help to reduce our over-consumption?
It’s the anniversary of the publication of Professor Chris Elliott’s final report on the integrity and assurance of food. Here’s Prof. Elliott himself on the progress that’s been made since.
There are many challenges facing the food system which will impact the choice of food we have in the future. The question is; how are these challenges going to be met head on?
Our new Future of Food report highlights the top consumer priorities when shopping for food. Prices, safety, convenience or taste – what’s your biggest priority when you’re doing your weekly shop?
Rising food prices, concerns about health, ethics and sustainability mean we need to work together to find solutions for the future of food. Do your food concerns mirror those we’ve received so far…
In mid-November the world’s first lab-grown burger is due to be eaten at a press conference. Dr Neil Stephens, a sociologist at Cardiff University, weighs in on the debate of ‘in vitro’ meat.
Are you finding it harder to eat healthily with a limited budget? You’re not alone. Many people are worried about the cost of nutritious meals – is this something consumers in the future will find more difficult?’
As part of our debate around the future of food, we’ve invited Duncan Williamson, senior food policy officer at the WWF UK, to talk about what he thinks we should do to ensure a sustainable future.
We’ve recently seen news reports of the drought affecting the US harvest, which could potentially affect global food prices. This highlights how events in one part of the world can impact our weekly food shopping.