10 ways industry is flogging us junk food through lockdown

Written By Fran Bernhardt Campaign coordinator Children’s Food Campaign   Junk food companies are coming up with innovative ways to sell junk food to us during lockdown, some of which might raise a few eyebrows. Fran Bernhardt explores these tactics. We’ve carefully followed social distancing rules, forgone intimate moments with loved ones and carefully navigated these disconcerting…

GROWING MORE FOOD IN LOCKDOWN IN CARDIFF

It’s always good to hear what other cities are doing during this pandemic. Working in collaboration with food emergency response networks, Food Cardiff and Edible Cardiff are encouraging residents to grow their own vegetables. PLANTS RESCUED FROM COUNCIL NURSERIES. CREDIT: GREEN SQUIRREL   Food Cardiff runs a successful local Veg Cities campaign with dozens of…

ESRC PHD COLLABORATIVE STUDENTSHIP – Getting smart about automated horticulture: new knowledges, practices and technologies

STUDENTSHIP – Getting smart about automated horticulture: new knowledges, practices and technologies Cardiff University Cardiff School of Planning and Geography Cardiff United Kingdom About This PhD Project Project Description Funding Notes Email Now How good is research at Cardiff University in Architecture, Built Environment and Planning Project Description The way food is grown is changing, with…

Local food is for life, not just for Covid

  Pete Ritchie, Executive Director of Sustain member Nourish, explores the future of local food systems, from the frontline of farming and food supply in Scotland. Even though he’s already retired twice, Robert was at Shotts abattoir at six this morning to pick up four more lambs which Matthew took in for us on Tuesday…