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Cocofina: The Health Benefits of Coconut

April 21, 2014 by  
Filed under Food, Health, Nutrition & Beauty

Cocofina have taken the next step in their quest to introduce the world to the wonders of the coconut fruit. Their organic coconut and date pre-workout snack bars, coconut nectar sugar substitute and raw coconut oil products are helping hundreds of people to discover the natural wonders of the coconut. Cocofina products are ideal for anyone […]

Sustainable Seafood

April 19, 2014 by  
Filed under Food, Food & Drink

Buying sustainable seafood is a way to replenish our oceans and manage their resources but it can be hard to identify which fish comes from sustainable sources.

TerraCycle and Mcvitie’s Launch Wrappers to Riches Collection Contest

February 11, 2014 by  
Filed under Food

TerraCycle and McVitie’s have announced the launch of a new recycling fundraising competition,‘Wrappers to Riches Collection Contest’, which encourages people across the UK to collect and send in waste biscuit wrappers, otherwise destined for landfill, to be recycled into new products. The contest has £500 in prizes to be won! The contest starts from Monday 3rd February 2014 at 9am to Wednesday 30th April 2014 at […]

Food Float ‘Local Produce, No Profit’

October 28, 2013 by  
Filed under Food, Food & Drink

Food Float state “More and more people are keen to support and get to know their local producers and farmers so we can nurture a sustainable economy with a safe future.” ‘Local Produce, No Profit’ makes sense!

Community Apple Pressing

October 27, 2013 by  
Filed under Events, Food, Food & Drink, Things To Do

Apple pressing seems to have become more popular recently around the UK. Making juice from your own apples is a great idea and there are several community apple pressing projects that can assist you.

Chutney with a Difference

October 9, 2013 by  
Filed under Food, Food & Drink

Chutney’s have always been a great way to use up that glut of vegetables or fruit and turn them into something delicious. Chutney originated as a term in India given to relishes made from a combination of fruits and spices. The British took the concept of chutney back with them to the UK during the […]

Kickstarter Project: The Aqualibrium Garden

October 9, 2013 by  
Filed under Eco & Green Tips, Food, Green Living, Home & Garden

The Aqualibrium Garden is a Kickstarter project that provides a closed loop ecosystem, that allows you to grow fresh vegetables, herbs and flowering plants in your own home all year round. It is especially perfect for people with city apartments who do not have access to a garden. It comes with a self-cleaning aquarium at the bottom, […]

Presentation of Homemade Preserves

September 29, 2013 by  
Filed under Food

It’s a great time of year to do some preserving.  You can do your bit to reduce food miles by making the most of the seasonal produce available at this time of year and saving it for leaner times.  Even if you don’t have a garden or an allotment, you can still preserve fruit and […]

Organic Food Deliveries

September 21, 2013 by  
Filed under Food, Food & Drink

Are you one of those people who want to eat organic, attempt to eat organic whenever you can, but find that sometimes you just don’t have the time to shop for organic food or that maybe there just isn’t anywhere convenient nearby that sells what you require? Have you tried having fresh organic fruit and […]

Europe’s Biggest Veggie Festival Continues to Grow in 2014

Europe’s biggest and best veggie lifestyle show, VegfestUK, is back in Brighton and Bristol next year, with dates already announced and websites now live for bookings! With over 135 stalls full of mouthwatering food alongside fashion, cosmetics and body care, plus inspiring dietary tips from talks, cookery demonstrations, workshops, films and kids’ cookery classes as […]

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