Articles published in The Food Magazine
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Since the 2006 film directed by Faith Morgan, “The Power of Community: How Cuba survived peak oil,” Cuba has been heralded as an example of how to respond to a sudden and severe shortage of resources. (18/07/2010)
Exploring the carbon footprint of minimum income diets.
Current lifestyles in the UK are unsustainable and policy-makers are struggling to find ways to shift society to lower carbon modes of living.
‘Nanotechnologies’ are technologies that involve the manipulation of matter at the atomic and molecular level. (18/07/2010)
In Britain, most people’s idea of a tree food would be an apple or perhaps hazelnuts, but for many people living in Africa, tree foods can mean the difference between life and death... (18/07/2010)
Nestlé is one of the four most boycotted companies on the planet and the most boycotted in the UK because of the way it pushes its baby milk, a problem that continues to this day despite the significant gains achieved by the campaign... (15/07/2010)
Plan B organic farm is less than an hour’s drive from the centre of metropolitan Toronto. As its name implies, it intends to be around when everyone understands that Plan A is failing. (24/05/2010)
The Food Magazine investigates omega-3 fatty acids in your diet (23/05/2010)
London Assembly Member Jenny Jones, of the Green Party, worries that the Olympics will be a festival of sport, and junk food… (18/02/2010)
Our new farming columnist Tim Waygood with a talk on the wildside… (18/02/2010)