“My proposal to enshrine the UN-recognised Right to Food in Scots Law would be a significant step forward in the fight against food poverty and provide a legal right to food.” Elaine Smith MSP
Traditionally associated with New Year in Scotland, steak pie is an easy to make family favourite and because the meat is essentially cooked twice any thing from chuck beef to steak can be used.
Sweet potatoes make a tasty alternative to white potatoes and they are very versatile.
“In Orkney, this funding will allow us to provide 27 families with packs, including food vouchers, to help families through the winter period” Paul Carberry
This video for Lentil soup. A great soup for it’s flavour; and by grating the veg, it’s super easy to get the weans to eat it.
“Scotland’s farmers have served Scotland’s economy and communities for decades if not centuries, and they have always managed to respond and react when needed”
“Making food containers is challenging. It needs more than being biodegradable.”
“There’s not been much to celebrate the last few months, and so this is our way of coming together in our communities and giving people a chance to celebrate something, within the allowed restrictions.”
An international survey has been launched to gauge the impact the pandemic Covid-19 has had on women in the food and agriculture sector.
Limiting the hours of television advertising for foods and beverages high in fat, sugar and salt (HFSS) could make a meaningful contribution to reducing childhood obesity, according to a new study published in PLOS Medicine by Oliver Mytton of the University of Cambridge, UK, and colleagues.