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Good exam results? There are many ways to make an impact

This month, thousands of young people around the UK received their exam results. It is a time of celebration for some, for others it is …

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Five reasons to subscribe for a veg box

As autumn draws in and we start to feel a chill in the air, lots of people across the country decide to opt in for …

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Sarah Green’s Organics: a small farm success story

Sarah Green’s Organics is a family run organic horticultural enterprise in Tillingham, Essex.   Sarah’s the third generation of Greens to have farmed in Tillingham, and …

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Local Greens visits Ripple Farm

“A farm full of good food and passionate people”: being a Better Food Trader means working closely with your suppliers and developing great relationships, so we …

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New routes to better markets

New routes to better markets for farmers and growers Whilst Brexit is forcing a rethink of a crucial portion of most UK farm incomes – …

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Tips for building a new food system

The Kindling Trust have compiled a handy a run down of tools, examples and organisations that could become the foundations for a thriving sustainable food …

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Conventional farming: a game of diminishing returns?

One of the main criticisms of organic farming is that it’s not as productive and therefore requires more land than conventionally grown produce. The farmers …

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London veg box schemes working together

Two of the Better Food Traders, Forty Hall Farm and Crop Drop got together recently to do crop planning for the new year. Read about …

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Chewing the facts on sustainable diets

Eating to protect the planet is more complex than any one diet can take into account. We’ll need 70 per cent more food by 2050 …

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Change Tastes Good

By swapping your supermarket shop for a Better Food Trader you are doing the planet a massive favour.

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