From how to keep bees to how to make cheese, the Soil Association isoffering the opportunity to learn from master bakers, butchers andbeeswax candlestick makers in a revival of all things rustic.
New research has discovered that organic fruit and vegetables are better for the heart and general health than conventionally grown crops.
We have all heard Jamie Oliver ranting about the need for healthier school meals, but what is actually being done about it? The Food for Life [...]
Campaigners are calling for people to become involved in a debate that explores the role of supermarkets in their lives and their communities.
Garden Organic, formerly HDRA, are on a mission to save the UK's vegetables. They are encouraging us to become seed guardian, helping to preserve the Heritage Seed Library.
Josephine Farley and Craig Sams, the founders of Green & Black's Chocolate, have embarked on a new venture. They have turned Judges Bakery in Sussex into a one-stop organics shop.
Over the past year, the sales of organic products have seen huge growth. The organic foods market, now worth 1.2 billion pounds has witnessed an 11 per cent increase on the previous year, [...]
Concern about the increase in obesity and allergies in children has led to a growing number of initiatives aimed at providing fresh, healthy, organic food in schools.
The Goods Shed is a permanent farmers' market converted from an industrial coal store in Canterbury. Open six days a week, this impressive operation includes a restaurant using seasonal [...]
Southdown Infants' School in Bath has recently won one of the Soil Associations prestigious organic farm awards. It has been given the best school dinner award' for their efforts in taking charge [...]
We are eating a record amount of locally produced, organic food in the UK according to the Soil Association's Organic Food and Farming Report. Farmers' markets, box schemes and farm shops have [...]
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