Food Waste falls at Home during Coronavirus lockdown

A new WRAP study shows that householders have become more resourceful in managing their food during the Coronavirus lockdown – from using up cupboard stocks, to meal planning, freezing leftovers and batch-cooking. Meanwhile, in Cardiff, a new online food information hub details the ways that people can be part of a city-wide response to the crisis; whether that’s by supporting local food businesses, volunteering to feed the local community, reducing food waste or growing food at home.

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Recipe: A Versatile Curry Paste to Help You Love Your Leftovers

This curry paste recipe could help you put an end to chucking out those odds and ends from the back of the fridge. It can be easily adapted to include anything that needs using up – turning leftovers and loose ends into a delicious meal.

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Five Cardiff Chefs on fighting food waste at home

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.

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There’s a new weekly farmer’s & maker’s market coming to Canton

Get your tote bags and reusable coffee mugs at the ready, ’cause there’s a new weekly farmer’s market coming to Canton. Kicking off on the 1st March 2020, ‘Fresh & Wild’ will take place at The Bone Yard on Papermill Road, every Sunday.

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