Tag Archives: vegetables

Celebrity chefs could do more to reduce food waste

A new study has revealed that the cookery styles encouraged by high profile chefs are unlikely to reduce the nation’s huge amount of food waste generated by British households.

Young Carers Benefit From Cookery Courses

Young carers from the South Tyneside region have spent the summer holidays acquiring valuable skills at cookery courses arranged by the Cooking for Life project.

Parents chose junk food in search of an easy life

According to a recent survey, eighty per cent of children are given unhealthy food such as chocolate and crisps in their lunchboxes.

Healthier School Dinners Linked To Improved Results

Delegates at a recent London conference celebrated the success of a project that has demonstrated the link between healthy school dinners, improved behaviour and academic achievement.

Study Suggests That Most Packed Lunches Are Unsafe

A team of researchers who inspected over seven hundred lunch boxes discovered that the majority of their contents posed a possible health hazard.

West Yorkshire School Hosts Cookery Courses

Students at Todmorden High School in West Yorkshire learnt about sustainable growing, food production and also attended cookery courses at a recent ‘Food for Life’ day.