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Food Made Good Hong Kong launches!

Food Made Good Hong Kong launches!

With almost a decade’s experience delivering positive change across UK foodservice, the time felt ripe this year for us to extend our successful Food Made Good programme beyond these borders. The need for a common, accessible framework and organised network has never...

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She deserves Fairtrade

She deserves Fairtrade

As Fairtrade Fortnight draws to a close, the worrying statistic that the average female farmer is paid as little as 23p a day shows the extent of the gender pay gap in cocoa farming. That figure is well below the extreme global poverty line of £1.40 a day, and the...

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A Menu for Change

A Menu for Change

With a growing abundance of academic reports and scientific studies on the impact of the food system on our planet it can sometimes be difficult to pick out what actually needs to be done to improve the situation. Not the case in the latest report from The Behavioural...

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Designing the complexity out of recycling systems

Designing the complexity out of recycling systems

Speaking of complexity, if we were deciding how to begin recycling today, we probably wouldn't choose a system that looks like the one we've ended up with. From a relatively simple concept; make stuff that we throw away into new useful stuff, we've ended up with a...

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Restaurants prioritising workers’ mental health

Restaurants prioritising workers’ mental health

In an industry that has long been used to dealing with high staff turnover, the old model of "churn and burn" places pressure on food service staff and businesses. This article highlights how programmes such as 'I got your back' and 'Ben's Friends' are helping to...

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Is Tofu really worse than meat for the environment?

Is Tofu really worse than meat for the environment?

Speaking at the National Farmers Union conference in London, Dr Graham McAuliffe from the Rothamsted Institute referenced new research that suggests tofu may have a bigger impact on climate change than some meat. “If you look at tofu, which is processed so there is...

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How Google got its employees to eat their vegetables

How Google got its employees to eat their vegetables

Scientists, public health advocates, corporations, and schools are all desperately seeking ways to improve the American diet, while traditional public health campaigns, often specialising in telling people what they should do, routinely fail to alter behaviour....

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Hong Kong’s local farms come to the rescue

Hong Kong’s local farms come to the rescue

As the coronavirus continues to impact thousands of people and businesses, a drastic drop in the number of people eating out is affecting not only businesses in China but neighbouring countries, and as far away as London's China Town. But in Hong Kong, as prices for...

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