Day: 14 July 2016

Bright northern lights shining on new Scottish tomato grower

On a farm north of Aberdeen, which after more than 50 years had to gave up its dairy herd, something very interesting and rather unusual is happening. The Sinclair family diversified to survive – first into haulage and contracting and then as the home of the first anaerobic digestion plant in Scotland, and that’s nowhere …

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Laying down the law on food waste

Exciting to report that Parliament has NOT completely ground to a halt in the fallout from the referendum vote. The Environment. Food and Rural Affairs Committee (Efra) this week launched an inquiry into whether legislation is needed to further reduce food waste in the UK. It comes in the same week that reports from the …

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