Day: 5 January 2017

Following the feast with a famine provides food for thought

By Pete Hemingway, SRA Project Assistant Dry January, Veganuary, Decaffanuary, as many trendy “anuary’s” as you can shake a stick at. It’s that time of the year when I take a long hard look at myself and struggle to see my feet, the turkey, stuffing and roast parsnips of Christmas Day transforming me in no …

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What will emerge from ashes of post-Brexit farming red tape bonfire?

Read industry press predictions about the food trends for 2017, and a big focus on local British food features strongly among many of the soothsayers’ visions for the coming year. With food prices, particularly imported products, expected to rise fairly significantly over the next 12 months, looking in your own backyard and choosing liberally from …

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