If you're the kind of person who cuts mould off of out-of-date cheese and eats it anyway, then you're in luck - for a new
Ever sifted through apples trying to find the most shiny one or turned your nose up at a bent carrot? You're not alone, many
1954; not only the year I landed on this planet, but also the year that food rationing in post war Britain finally ended. 60 years later (shhh... don't tell anyone) with the myriad of food related illness and problems that are in the news every day, I wonder whether we're any better off now than then?
With so many people going hungry or even starving, it seems obscene for so many of us to throw away so much food in so many parts of the world. It has been estimated that 1.3billion tonnes of food goes to waste globally each year. It is both a technical problem and a problem of attitude.
'The Pig Idea' was started by food waste campaigner Tristram Stuart and Wahaca founder Thomasina Miers, both of whom I have a huge amount of respect for. However I have joined the debate as there are some issues in their argument which I feel need addressing on behalf of BPEX and the pig farming industry...
Since coming to office coalition ministers have been keen to tell Britons to stop wasting food - but government departments
Tesco has revealed that 28,500 tonnes of food has been thrown away in the first six months of this year, including two-thirds
Rarely is the case that the average household consumes 99% of what it purchases, but we didn't know the situation was quite
Tesco has seen 28,500 tonnes of food thrown away in the first six months of this year, the supermarket giant has revealed
Up to two-fifths of a crop of fruit or vegetables can be wasted because it is "ugly", a report on food waste has shown. Produce