‘Waste not, want not’, so the saying goes, but with one million tonnes of food being thrown away by the UK Hospitality and Food Industry (HaFS) every year, it’s time for change.And change is coming. But as Extinction Rebellion continues to protest climate change, we must remember that a revolution is also needed on a smaller scale in kitchens across the country. From Michelin star chef to canteen worker to pot washer, everyone has a part to play in combating food waste, which contributes... More
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