New research from Quorn has highlighted that 78% Brits are keen to try a vegetarian or vegan picnic this summer in order to help the environment.
20% Less Meat
Five finalists from schools in ISS’ Lambeth cluster competed in the grand final cook off.
According to a YouGov survey more than two-thirds of flexitarians are actively trying to reduce their meat consumption.
The masterclass was led by Quorn ambassador Chantelle Nicholson who was also joined by Kirk Haworth co-founder of plant-based restaurant Plates. The session focussed on the power of plants and how
The independent report, commissioned by the Government in 2019 and published last week, sets out recommendations to build a better food system for a healthier nation.
It joins other ideas, including a salt and sugar reformulation tax to fund more fresh fruit and vegetables for low income families, plans to put food and cooking firmly back on the school curriculu
Animal agriculture, which breeds, raises and slaughters more than 88 billion animals per year, is recognised as a major contributor to climate change and is responsible for an estimated 14.5-16.5%
The call for collaboration forms part of Quorn’s mission to become a net positive business by 2030 and in that year provide eight billion servings of Quorn – one for every person on the planet.
Rufford Primary School achieved 431 swaps over the course of a month thanks to the work of the catering team at Nottingham City Council’s catering service.
The demand for plant-based meals is increasing as more people adopt a flexitarian approach to eating. Public sector caterers have to respond to this demand from their customers while continuing to