...It fills me with hope. It says we are changing the world. We are making a difference. Isn't it great those kids are learning to grow food, and loving it! And loving to eat the food they're growing! Click here to read the full story.
Do you buy more than you can use then end up throwing half of it away? Or buy only what you need, and even then use what many would call rubbish? Do you refuse food sold on the last Best Before Date even though it's sold at a drastically reduced price? Or when you see... Continue Reading →
We are the middle of Fairtrade Fortnight here in the U.K. Two weeks set aside to raise shoppers' consciousness. Meanwhile, it's estimated 40% of the squid served up on U.S. dinner plates comes from the work of modern-day slaves working on boats in New Zealand fishing waters. People rave about calamari, but I've never been... Continue Reading →