Have you heard about Intuitive Eating yet?

Here’s everything you need to know about this 2019 wellness trend that’s closed the door on clean-eating and dieting.

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In the spotlight: CBD Oil

This naturally occurring compound derived from cannabis is shaking off its stoner-stigma and experiencing a surge in popularity for its potential health-promoting benefits.

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NishkamSWAT

We spoke to Randeep Singh, founder of the Sikh charity NishkamSWAT who feed and care for the homeless across London, the UK and around the world.

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AI in food

We explore three ways that Artificial Intelligence (AI) is making an impact in the food industry.

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Chef Ravneet Gill on Kitchen Machismo

We met up with Ravneet Gill, who recently launched Countertalk – a chef community that looks to promote gender equality and fair working conditions in professional kitchens.  

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How can businesses move towards sustainability?

In the third part of our series on sustainability we caught up with Tom Leech from Department 22, an innovation consultancy that helps businesses to tell a new sustainable story.

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Bug Grub

Crickets, ants, caterpillars, wasps, beetles – repugnant gimmick or sustainable superfood?

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The Migrateful Chef

Betty Agbons is an undocumented migrant from Nigeria who arrived in the UK at 16, alone, with one saucepan in her bag and some big dreams.

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How to be more sustainable as a food business

In part two of our sustainability series, we look at how food businesses can support the environment in light of the 2019 global EAT Lancet report.

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Life after bankruptcy

Simon Waterfall, COO of Spoon Cereals, talks to us about how he became a better version of himself after filing for bankruptcy for his own business several years ago.

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In the spotlight: Prebiotic Fibre

The potential of prebiotic fibre hasn’t yet been fully realised by food manufacturers, but more and more scientific evidence is showing how beneficial it can be to our digestive health. 

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A London café revealing the true face of Haiti

We had a chat with Richard Macien-Clarke the owner of Haitian café Kafe 1788, freelance photographer and all-round-nice guy. You’ll find him at Kafe 1788 in Poplar, the only Haitian café in London that offers Haitian coffee and food.

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