Ethical Eating

Where To Eat Meat, Guilt-Free

Lucy Sherriff | Posted 03.07.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Lucy Sherriff

Numerous studies, scientists and experts have all told us we need to change our attitudes towards eating meat; specifically, beef. Not only do cows have a damaging impact on the environment, all too often they are raised in inhumane conditions. So how do we change what is, for many, an ingrained lifestyle?

Porky Mrs Portly

Linda Duffin | Posted 28.11.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Linda Duffin

Am I hard-hearted? No, I don't think so. I eat meat and it would be hypocritical to take a blinkered view of where it comes from. It doesn't magically appear plastic-wrapped in polystyrene trays at the supermarket. Mrs Portly had a splendid life and a carefully-managed death, intended to make the process as stress-free as possible.

Meat-Free Diets Are Becoming Increasingly Accepted

Danielle Lowe | Posted 04.08.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Danielle Lowe

Being a vegetarian or vegan can be because of very different reasons, and the reasons why have spread over the last few decades as people have been able to see what is happening in factories, get scientific facts and consider cost and other cultures food more

Divine Pops-Up for Fairtrade Fortnight

Judith Lewis | Posted 24.02.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Judith Lewis

It's difficult for us to understand sometimes how much of an impact our chocolate choices can make to farmers. Divine takes it one step further and shows us that we can buy direct from the farmers on our supermarket shelves and given the recent scandals, it is reassuring to know where your chocolate comes from.

The Horsemeat Scandal and the Student

Amy Murnan | Posted 16.04.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Amy Murnan

As anyone who has ever lived in Halls will know, a decent proportion of students and young people consume ready meals and frozen meat on a regular basis. It may not bother many to think that the beef burger they ate may have contained other meats aside from beef, but what else could - or already has - happened?

Why Animal Rights Campaigners are Wrong About Shark Fin Soup

Kirk Leech | Posted 04.12.2011 | UK
Kirk Leech

Even if one doesn't like the taste or idea of shark fin soup, what is at stake is the individual's right to choose what to eat within the confines of the law, regardless of whether its production is offensive to some campaigners, celebrities or politicians.