Since March 2017, True Food has been collecting Ella’s Kitchen food pouches for recycling. True Food member Karen Barrass spoke to Ella’s Kitchen Sustainability Executive Charlotte Jost about the scheme with Terracycle.
True Food has a donation point for Readifood and donates the money raised by Ella’s Kitchen recycling to the charity. True Food member Karen Barrass had a chat with Alison Peyton, the food bank’s Manager to hear a bit more about the organisation and how our donations are used.
If you’ve been in the True Food shop recently, you may have noticed a new range of handmade body butters and soaps from PrimroseLady. We talked to owner Kumari Samarasinghe, a long time True Food volunteer and former committee member to find out more.
The global challenges we face of how to feed a growing population has become a hot topic over the past few years. It is now clear that something has to be done to tackle these challenges as our current way of producing food is destroying our planet.
It has been well documented that community organisations play a vital role in society. Having been involved with both True Food and the Progress Theatre for several years now, Penny sees that they have more in common than might be expected.
An important part of True Food’s ethos is to use local suppliers wherever possible. Here, three of our suppliers tell us about their produce and their relationship with True Food.
September is a time of year in which, since the dawn of agriculture, harvest has been celebrated. Seasonal food scarcity is almost unheard of, as what we can’t grow here in the UK, we just import. But there are so many benefits of buying local, seasonal food.
We chatted to one of our local producers of gorgeous greens, Greenroom, a low-impact agricultural co-operative based in Crays Pond in South Oxfordshire. Find out more about this small farm with a big heart.