Fish forever!

Posted on 25 Aug 2011 in Save Fish | 0 comments

The global fishing industry wastes a staggering amount of fish and is over-fishing at an unsustainable rate. Right now they’re taking more fish from the seas than can be replenished and that’s why Save Fish is one of hiSbe‘s 8 Everyday Choices. But don’t just take our word for it, listen to what Simon The […]

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Breaking News: Goats are flying!

Posted on 23 Aug 2011 in Think Welfare | 0 comments

Flying on to British plates that is. There’s been a boom in demand at butchers and farmers markets, and Goat dishes are popping up on restaurant menus across the UK. Some sources say goat accounts for around 80% of the total meat consumed worldwide. One thing is clear: we in Britain are eating more of the […]

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The true price of fish

Posted on 18 Aug 2011 in Save Fish | 0 comments

Today the food industry gets away with some pretty irresponsible and wasteful practises. Take fishing, for example. Half of the fish caught in the North Sea is thrown back into the water, 88% of Europe’s fish stocks are overfished or depleted and tuna is under threat of extinction. It’s all because big corporations and international agricultural policies […]

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Eat a Tweet!

Posted on 05 Aug 2011 in End Waste | 0 comments

A study by the Waste and Resource Action Programme (WRAP) shows the UK creates 18.4 million tonnes of wasted food each year. Much of it is stuff that we throw away at home, because we’ve bought too much food or let it go past its best-before date. However, a staggering 6.5 million tonnes of that […]

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What a ba-CON!

Posted on 03 Aug 2011 in Avoid Processed | 0 comments

Here’s a turn up for the books: a piece of proposed food legislation that makes it easier for consumers to make a choice based on honest, clear information, instead of giving supermarkets new opportunities to quietly take those choices away from us. Yay! As Richard Erlich discusses in this informative post in the Guardian, the […]

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