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Soul of the South
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Food for thought: how AI is reducing waste in restaurants
Food waste management company Winnow estimates that its AI-powered tools have already saved 61,000 tons of Co2, equivalent to 36,512,500 meals, worth €42 million
Food experts ‘deeply disappointed’ by COP27 approach to agriculture
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Waitrose, Tesco and M&S are changing the look of their fresh produce, to cut down the amount of food waste that happens at home.
Expert reveals how can you avoid food waste this Christmas
It's all about changing your mindset when it comes to throwing away food after dinner.
Germany's couriers to get bikes and phones from delivery app bosses
The ruling was a defeat for delivery app Lieferando, which employs around 10,000 riders in Germany.
UK supermarket apologises for 'non-EU' food labelling error
Social media users had accused Morrisons of stoking anti-EU feelings, but the company has reiterated that the error was not a "political commentary".
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Dr Sabine Schüller gives us her take on the importance of animal health and how it is hugely beneficial to their welfare.
Czech MPs reject proposed quota for local food in supermarkets
Several EU countries criticised the proposed law, saying it would break EU single market rules by discriminating against imported products.
Why universal access to water is crucial for both people and planet
As we recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, water management is key to preserving global food systems.
Sobering milestone: Irish pubs closed for a second St Patrick's Day
As Irish pubs reach a year of closures, English pubs say their beer gardens are already fully booked ahead of April's easing of restrictions.
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There’s been a surge of interest in plant-based diets, with the UK ranked the top country for veganism worldwide.
Michelin star restaurants go green with new clover rating
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