Here in the UK, we waste way more food than we realise. Most of us really are spoilt for choice – but we can still avoid being spoiled rotten by using up every last bit of what we buy.
Here, five Cardiff chefs to share their top tips for cutting waste by creating #FlungTogetherFood at home.
It’s a sad fact that beneath the sparkle and glitter, Christmas can be an exceptionally wasteful time of year. From the hundreds of miles of wrapping paper discarded after Christmas morning, to the thousands of throwaway stocking fillers wrapped in single-use plastic, the waste created during the season of goodwill is enough to make anyone wince.
But there is an easy way for food & drink lovers to skip the eco-guilt that comes with splurging on unnecessary gifts whilst also helping support their local food and drink producers and indie restauranteurs.
Like clockwork, the shops are filling up with glitter, faux fur and sequins – which can mean only one thing; Christmas party season is just around the corner!
But this is 2019, and the environmentally damaging effects of fast fashion more widely understood than ever. Many people are shunning the high street and choosing sustainable shopping options instead. If you’re hoping to do the same, here are some of the best places to start…
As soon as you start planning a wedding celebration, you realise how absolutely bat-shit it all is. From the average cost (an eye-watering £30k), to the estimated 400-600 lbs. of waste that’s generated by a guest list of roughly 100-120 people, it’s all a bit much really, isn’t it?
Whilst a certain amount of impact is going to be unavoidable on any wedding day, I’ve noticed that there are some recent trends which are only adding to the problem. Here I’ve rounded up some of the worst culprits, along with eco-friendly alternatives for a more sustainable wedding day.