The ‘Serving Better’ guide encourages school caterers to serve more vegetables, plant proteins and serve ‘less and better’ meat and dairy.
20% Less Meat
High meat consumption, particularly red meat and processed meat, negatively affects our health, while meat production is one of the largest contributors to global warming and environmental degradat
As part of the new partnership Levy UK & Ireland and Chelsea launched Westview for the 2021/22 season that will see the introduction of two new 360-degree bars as well as a new food hall servin
From October students in Berlin will be able order from a menu that is 68% vegan, 28% vegetarian and 2% fish-based, with a single meat option offered four days a week.
He explains how his own farming family background informs his drive to reduce meat served across the public sector in schools, hospitals, care homes, prisons and the Armed Forces.
The first phase of the campaign will be content driven focusing on education and recipe inspiration and the second phase will engage schools directly, including menu co-development.
According to new research, commissioned by Linda McCartney Foods, 70% of children want to see more vegan and vegetarian meals on their school menu.
More than 30% of those who engaged with the MFM programme for five years or more stopped eating meat.
John Barnes and Neil ‘Razor Ruddock’ helped to launch the new Quorn meat-free steak match day pie onto the match day menu at Anfield and they will be serving it to fans at Liverpool’s home game aga
In particular the ad, which was launched by the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) in January with the campaign extended later to online, included narration that said vitamin B12