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News & Views from Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall & his team on Hugh’s advocacy, environmental & charity work- conservation, waste, food, farming & public health.
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Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall Sep 13
...and all credit to for getting the ball rolling. These two are now setting the pace, but this is something all our supermarkets should be doing
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Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall Sep 13
Exciting news from who are responding to the challenge laid down by all of you who supported . I’m looking forward to talking with them about this and hoping they are serious about paving the way to reuse/refill shopping
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Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall Sep 12
Good to see the message getting through that compostable & biodegradable plastics are only a good solution when they reach the right waste disposal stream. Reduce and reuse is the way forward - and where the supermarkets should be focusing their efforts
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Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall Sep 11
I’ve donated my foraging bike to for a big fundraiser on Thursday 12th Sep, hosted by and . It’s a complete one-off. I’ve loved having it but it’s time for someone else to have a go. Fancy a bid??
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Refill HQ Sep 9
WOOOHOOO together we've added over 25,000 REFLL STATIONS in the UK giving to FREE 🎉 🎉 THANK YOU, now let's get us to 30,000! Find out more about signing up as a station on the app 👉
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Gemma Holsgrove Sep 2
If this isn’t a call to arms then what is!?
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Jenny Coupland Sep 5
why is it cheaper for 4 cans in plastic?! You should be encouraging less plastic use!
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Tracy Aug 17
Apparently supermarkets do not get the movement against unnecessary plastic packaging.
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Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall Sep 11
Replying to @geoffers1967
You could take them back to the supermarket or post back to the shop/company that created and let them know we want change!
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Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall Sep 10
Happy birthday , working hard to improve food and farming for the past 20 years! 🙌🏻 Here's how you can help them build a for the next 20 years >>
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Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall Sep 10
Replying to @mattfromlondon
Brilliant!
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Geoff Callow Sep 9
why the price discrepancy between single cans and plastic wrapped 4 packs?
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River Cottage Sep 5
Hartnett & Hugh – a River Cottage 20th Birthday Mash-up! MBE & her team will be joining and the team to create a fantastic 7 course feast at . 15th Nov 2019 To secure your tickets & find out more >
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River Cottage Sep 7
Are you taking part in ? Choosing to shop is an easy way to cast your vote for a farming system rooted in high animal welfare, care for wildlife & the environment. Explore the ’s hub to find out more>
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Paul Lindley OBE Sep 6
My BLOG: 'Every Child a Healthy Weight. How do you set 10 Ambitions for London?' following London's Taskforce call to action this week. Incl. my learnings on causes & solutions
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Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall Sep 5
Great to see London’s Task Force's calls to action to help children grow up eating healthily, drinking plenty of water and being physically active, and that they're galvanising so many key players to get involved!
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Corinna Hawkes Sep 4
We at the London Child Obesity Taskforce release our 10 Ambitions for London today with 20 specific Calls to Action to enable every child to be a healthy weight
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Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall Sep 5
Hi Melodie, we're working on it and we think we've found a great solution. Here's our reply to your other tweet about this again too >> Thanks!
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robbie Sep 4
after the war on plastic programme I collected plastic from around a weeks worth of food shopping.... returning today. Please can you make real effort, to help us all solve this issue!!!
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Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall Sep 3
Replying to @sims_jack
Yes!
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