A Sainsbury’s store in Cannock has become the first supermarket in the world to derive 100% of its power through its own food waste
Britain’s first ‘social supermarket’, enabling local people on low incomes to buy food at knock-down prices, is a welcome addition to food banks, says Caspar Van Vark, though more needs to be [...]
A new Brighton supermarket aims to educates shoppers on ‘how it should be’, making everyday grocery shopping a more ethical affair
A London community has brought a supermarket rooftop to life with vegetables, plants and wildlife, having transformed it into a space to grow and re-connect with food
Melanie Strickland attends the Environmental Law Foundation's David Hall Memorial Lecture, 'Planning in Transition', and discovers the positive vision behind the Transition movement
Campaigners are calling for people to become involved in a debate that explores the role of supermarkets in their lives and their communities.
This year, for the first time, the Green Festival is working in partnership with Festive Ludlow, in an endeavour to support and incorporate a green theme' into the existing carnival.
Fairtrade coffee has only had a small share of the market up till now, but a partnership that originated between a small group of farmers in Guatemala and the Dutch supermarket chain, Albert [...]