When we started EcoEats we wanted to explore how eating in a way that was sustainable for the environment and for local communities might be affected by economic hardships. We […]
Struggling to grow food in a small urban space? Connected Roots helps people to set up their growing spaces. Matt Franks explains how the company works and his dream to […]
Want to support your local shops but unable to get there during the hours they’re open? This was the predicament Marisa Leaf had and it was what led her to start Hubbub a website […]
Yesterday Eco Eats published an article outlining the vegetarian lobby’s answer to solving the world’s food insecurity crisis. The only option, according to the ‘veggie lobby’, is for the human […]
The world’s food supply is in danger. On the supply side, extreme weather events caused by climate change are damaging harvests while on the demand size the growing population of […]
We are always keen for ethical food that won’t hit your wallet. And as the sun came out today for a rare reminder that summertime is on its way, it […]
At EcoEats, we thought we’d give you the very latest news and opinion on sustainable food. But then we thought, you could probably say it better. There’s been plenty going […]
It’s a debate that has been raging for many years now but as the Sunday Times launches their Better School Meals campaign, Eco Eats thought it was time to fully assess the two main options: school dinner, or packed lunch?
Get ready to celebrate Food Revolution Day on Friday 17 May with our informative feature explaining all you need to know to take part.
No Space to grow? No problem says creator of Vertical Veg Mark Ridsdill Smith started Vertical Veg to blog about then challenges of growing food in containers on his balcony […]