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August 2011

Eat Less… Taste More

Why do we obsess about sustainability? What does it really mean? Is it a trend or a fad? Will it go away? When will it go away? Do I really have to do something about this?

Start thinking about sustatinability and it can all get very confusing, very quickly. In fact, if you then start believing everything you read then you might even begin to think you’re wasting your time – some of the harbingers of doom suggest we’ve missed the chance to save the planet before we have really started. Continue reading

From pasture to plate: Study shows British farmers can find fortune in foodservice

British farmers, who dig deep to nurture ingenious brand building strategies, can boost the uptake of their produce by foodservice operators and capitalise on a portion of the UK food and beverage market worth £40bn a year, reveals an award-winning report by Nuffield Farming Scholar and Managing Director of catering procurement specialist Partners In Purchasing (PIP), Diana Spellman.

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