This week’s post is a guest post by Robyn, founder of Forest Edge Roasting Co. She’s put together some tips for how to change your coffee break from a rushed necessity into a moment to savour, and we cannot wait to try them out! 7… Read More »How to “zen zone” your coffee break: combining coffee and self-care
We’re very lucky in the UK that it’s possible to find and eat locally-produced fresh food all year round. Even in the middle of winter! Read on to find out what is in season in the UK in January. 3 minutes to read January 1,… Read More »What is in season in the UK in January? Eating local, seasonal produce all year
Winter is definitely here but does that mean that there is no UK-grown produce available? No! Read on to find out what is in season in the UK in December.
What is in season in the UK in November? The frosty nights are coming but there’s no stopping the seasonal British produce.
Autumn is well and truly upon us. With the changing season comes a changing crop of British-grown produce available to buy.
Summer might be coming to an end, but the abundance of fresh fruits, vegetables and other British produce doesn’t end when the nights start drawing in. Read on to find out what is in season in the UK in September.
Adopting a “flexitarian” approach to your diet is one of the best ways to help the planet. If you’re stuck for recipe ideas to help increase the plants in your diet, check out our list for some delicious inspiration.
If you’re not ready to take on a fully plant-based diet, simply reducing your consumption of animal products can be a great step in the right direction. So what is a flexitarian diet and how can it help the planet?
Another month of abundance and freshness, August is full of delicious fruits, vegetables and other produce. Let’s get eating seasonally!
July is one of the most abundant months for UK-produced food.So grab your shopping bag and enjoy the taste of local, seasonal summertime produce.