New Cardiff ‘Planet Card’ aims to make organic fruit & veg accessible to all

A new pilot programme has launched in Cardiff which aims to make healthy, planet-friendly food accessible and affordable for everyone – especially those facing low incomes and health inequalities.

‘The Planet Card’ will have a value of up to £11 per week – enabling holders to switch their normal weekly shop for fruit and vegetables to organically produced versions, without being left out of pocket. Shoppers will be able to use the card at a choice of stalls at any of the Cardiff Farmers Markets across the city.

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The Cardiff Wine Passport is Back (exclusive discount code below)

My little passion project, the Cardiff Wine Passport – a unique scheme aimed at promoting independent hospitality businesses in the heart of Cardiff – is back for another year, inviting people to explore Cardiff’s vibrant independent bar & restaurant scene by swapping passport stamps for handpicked glasses of wine over a period of six weeks.

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Three Sustainable Cardiff Chefs To Keep An Eye On in 2024

Here in the Welsh capital, three pioneering chefs have taken the local scene by storm with their regular pop-ups and sell-out kitchen take-overs. With lower overheads associated with their nimble, nomadic operations, they’ve had time to refine their offer and build a following – but also to build relationships with local suppliers, championing provenance and sustainability.

With all three promising ‘big plans’ for the new year, these are the sustainable Cardiff chefs I’ll be keeping my eye on in 2024…

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The Heathcock open independent bakery in Llandaff Village

Having successfully managed The Hare & Hounds pub since 2015, expanded to Heathcock pub in 2018, and welcomed The Clifton in Bristol earlier this year, the team is now gearing up to open an artisan bakery in the heart of Llandaff village.

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