COVID 19

  • The Post-Covid Vision for Wales’ Sustainable Food Future

    The Post-Covid Vision for Wales’ Sustainable Food Future
  • 10 Things Indie Welsh Restaurants Want You To Know As They Reopen

    10 Things Indie Welsh Restaurants Want You To Know As They Reopen
  • Research Shows Post-Lockdown Diners Want More Sustainable Meals

    Research Shows Post-Lockdown Diners Want More Sustainable Meals
  • Food Waste falls at Home during Coronavirus lockdown

    Food Waste falls at Home during Coronavirus lockdown

Seasonal Eats in Cardiff: October

We all know that we should be trying to eat more ‘seasonally’; food in season is often fresher, tastier and more nutritious than food consumed out of season (which often has to shipped thousands of miles, too).

But how easy is it to eat seasonally? In these new regular blog posts I’ll share a list of what’s in season each month – and find some local restaurants / cafes who are putting seasonal specials on the menu, right now.

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Research Shows Post-Lockdown Diners Want More Sustainable Meals

New research from the Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA) suggests that Welsh diners want restaurants and cafes to serve more sustainable meals as eating out restrictions are eased.

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Updated Refill app can help you find zero-waste shops all over Wales

From 1st October, people in Wales will be able to use the free Refill app to find out where to refill their coffee cup, water bottle or lunchbox; shop for groceries; and even top up their cleaning products and toiletries packaging-free. Refill is the world’s first dedicated app to help customers find ways to shop waste-free.

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What actually happens to the stuff in your food waste caddy, and why is it important?

We all know we should be doing our bit to cut food waste at home. But when it comes to the stuff we can’t eat (like teabags, coffee grounds, and eggshells) we can still have a positive environmental impact by making sure we recycle them.

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