12 Ethical London Drinks (and why we love them)
We have seen a surge in demand for ethical, local and sustainable foods during the pandemic, but what about what we’re drinking? Amy Luck takes a look at the London-based drinks brands working for people and planet.
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Food Hunt: Pulp Fiction Burger
The fantastic eco-chef Tom Hunt is back with a recipe showcasing his root to fruit eating ethos by utilizing the often-wasted pulp from fruit juices.
Swimming Upstream: The Impact of Farmed Salmon
Jed Coiley explores why farmed salmon might not be the sustainable option it’s often touted to be.
The Lockdown Chef - Volunteering In a Pandemic
Throughout lockdown, thousands of people have volunteered to support those most impacted by the pandemic. We talk to one of these volunteers, Andrea Zick, who has been cooking plant-based meals at Lewisham Irish Community Centre.
Roots to Work: The Muesli Magnate
In 1975 Alex Smith found £2 in the street and used it to take a van to collect waste veg from stalls in New Covent Garden Market. Forty-five years on his business, Alara, is the largest organic muesli producer in the country. We catch up with Alex and hear about his journey.