Used Your Loaf ! M&S Launches New Beer Brewed With Surplus Sandwich Bread

Used Our Loaf ! M&S Launches New Beer Brewed With Surplus Sandwich Bread

This summer, sandwich experts M&S are launching three new beers brewed using surplus bread from their sandwich factory. Aptly named ‘ Used our Loaf ’ surplus crusts replace some of the malted barley in the brewing process – helping reduce the carbon impact of the beers and reducing food waste. Brewed by Adnams in Southwold, […]

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How to avoid the next fridge clear out before the food shop

How To Avoid The Next Fridge Clear Out Before The Food Shop

In the UK, we throw away £13bn worth of food every year – not only is this expensive but it’s taxing on the environment and wasteful too. So, to help you avoid throwing away leftovers and unused foods, we’ve got some secrets to share for a more economical household and reduced waste. Be familiar with […]

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Tesco to Sell Perfect Green Lemons to Cut Down on Food Waste

Tesco To Sell Perfect Green Lemons To Cut Down on Food Waste

Tesco is to help prevent a potential lemon shortage by putting perfect green lemons on its supermarket shelves. This follows the move by the retailer to remove ‘best before’ dates on selected fruit and vegetable lines to avoid food being thrown out unnecessarily. Despite the skin being slightly green the fruit is still as crisp […]

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A Vegetarian Family Meal at Pizza Express

A Vegetarian Family Meal at Pizza Express

A couple of weeks ago we were invited to do a vegetarian family meal review at our local Pizza Express. Not a hard sell with the kids who simply love to go there. The timing was perfect as our eldest, fresh from a week of SATS tests, was keen to relax with one of his […]

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kangaroo the movie

Kangaroo, A Love Hate Story

Sitting down to watch “Kangaroo, A Love Hate Story” I had no idea, that this movie would move me so deeply.  Vast landscapes, unique wildlife, The Great Barrier Reef etc.. I have always been fascinated by Australia. Little did I know that it had such a complicated relationship with one of its national symbols, the […]

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World Environment Day 2018

World Environment Day: 10 Tips To Ditch The Plastic In Your Life

Once thought of as a versatile and cheap material ideally suited to modern convenience, plastic has now become an environmental plague. Can you help beat plastic pollution this World Environment Day? Over the years our addiction to plastic has become such that you can find it everywhere, from single use shopping bags to the polyester […]

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Waitrose Vegan and Vegetarian Section

Dedicated Waitrose Vegan and Vegetarian Section Launches Today

Following the launch of its biggest ever range of meat-free foods in October 2017, a dedicated Waitrose vegan and vegetarian section is being today. The supermarket will increase its total vegan and vegetarian assortment by 60%. Among the 50 new products are two exclusive brands, The Happy Pear – created by renowned plant-based and whole […]

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Eva Solo

Choose To Reuse with Eva Solo Where Design Meets Functionality

While there are quite a few reusable cups and water bottles out there, few blend design and functionality better than Eva Solo. Like Nordic Noir films, Nordic Design has gained in popularity around the globe. What’s not to like really? Clean lines with functional, high quality designs specifically created to meet the challenges of modern […]

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its a vegan ting vegan market

“It’s a Vegan Ting” – London Waterloo’s First 100% Vegan Market

London based events company BLAX-UK has teamed up with ethical lifestyle magazine Bright Zine to host “It’s a Vegan Ting” London Waterloo’s first 100% vegan market taking place on Sunday the 3rd of June at the new Shout About London venue, 26 Leake Street, an amazing new venue located in the infamous Leake Street “Banksy” […]

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Cote Brasserie Vegetarian Menu

Review: Côte Brasserie’s Vegetarian Menu

Ask me to pick a vegetarian restaurant for an evening out and I’ll pick any food but French! Hence, I was really curious and somewhat sceptical when we were asked to review Côte Brasserie’s vegetarian menu. It’s painful really because the pride and joy I feel for my national cuisine stops when I talk about […]

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