Over the last 20 years, the Abergavenny Food Festival has grown to become the largest food festival in Wales. Read on for a chance to win a couple of general admission wristbands for this year’s festival, and a pair of extra tickets to one of Saturday’s talk, ‘100 years of women in food’.

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Salad leaves grown in Cardiff’s Bute Park are now available at some of the city’s top independent restaurants. The Cardiff Salad Garden, which has been running for just over a year, also provides volunteering opportunities for the city’s asylum seeker population.

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My Twitter feed lit up with exclamations of excitement and congratulations when Cardiff-born freelance journalist Sophie Rae announced that she would be opening Cardiff’s first zero waste shop, aptly named ‘Ripple’. And now that it’s open, you can shop there yourself.

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By encouraging customers to purchase boxes that can be reused and infinitely recycled, it is hoped that the initiative will help cut down on the number of grease-stained pizza boxes that are mistakenly put into recycling bags every year.

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