The city of Cardiff has been awarded Silver Sustainable Food Places status – becoming the first place in Wales (and one of only six places in the UK) to achieve the prestigious accolade, which recognises pioneering work in promoting healthy and sustainable food.View Post
‘Frittedda’ is a light vegetable stew which originates from Sicily, but it also works brilliantly when used as a sauce for pasta. It’s the perfect dish for showcasing all sorts of vibrant spring vegetables – and though asparagus is not a traditional ingredient, the fresh green spears grown by Paul’s Organic Veg in Monmouthshire work brilliantly here.View Post
Earlier this year, the Welsh Government launched their vision of how the food and drink industry can be grown in Wales post-Covid. Ultimately, the vision is to “create a strong and vibrant Welsh food and drink sector with a global reputation for excellence, and one of the most environmentally and socially responsible supply chains in the world.” But how will we get there?View Post
Environmental organisation City To Sea has been awarded £49,999 from the Landfill Disposals Tax Community Scheme (LDTCS) to help cut plastic pollution in Cardiff.
It’s hoped that their expanded Refill campaign will help to make re-use and refill the new social norm in Cardiff. Customers will be encouraged to use a free app to find places to refill everything from water bottles, coffee cups, and lunch boxes, to household cleaning products and toiletries.View Post