When we talk about eating local, we are usually referring to using ingredients bought at the shops. However, this is not always the case, for supplies of local food are available at nature’s store, too!
Buying British food is fantastic. You support our farmers and you get to enjoy fresher and more nutritious produce at dinner time. But what about finding alternatives to cooking oils? This article lifts the lid on one of Britain’s greatest store cupboard staples.
Fallout continues to rain down from last year’s headline-grabbing ‘Horsegate’ scandal, which shook the foundations of the food industry. As well as inciting a distrust of budget cuts, it ignited a renewed interest in food traceability. Complacency turned to curiosity as consumers questioned the origins of their food.
Love is in the air, and Valentine’s hearts adorn the shops, so it’s appropriate that this month we’re focussing on ginger - a food that’s reputed to be an aphrodisiac! We're not sure whether it will spice up your love life, but there’s nothing quite like it for banishing the winter chill - from within.
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