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Inspiring healthy, ethical and planet-friendly food choices to fit your busy lifestyle. Nurturing ourselves, our environment, and the next generation of foodies
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The Food Rush 13h
Part of the Victoria and Albert museum, the Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green houses the largest collection of children’s toys from the 1600’s to the present day.
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The Food Rush 14h
Good move, ! Black plastic packaging isn't and are sent straight to landfills.
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The Food Rush 15h
Finding a place that lets you do the things you love -- drinking, chilling, and living sustainably -- is rare, but we found these hidden gems that lets you do just that in the UK!
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The Food Rush 16h
burgers made from beetroot falafel patty and thick shakes? Sounds so good we're drooling! Now where's the nearest ?
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The Food Rush 17h
What do you think is worse - beef, lamb or pork? Or how about chicken or fish? We wanted to know so we did a little digging - we were actually a little surprise with what came out as number 1.
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The Food Rush 18h
Switching to a and diet has never been this convenient! Contrary to popular belief, food is actually tasty and diverse. Looking forward to this, !
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The Food Rush 19h
So many sauces and condiments are full of nasty crap. Thank god for brands like Dr Will's who keep all the nasties out and all the goodies in.
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The Food Rush 20h
If you're in Suffolk or happen to wander around the area, try these three cafes out! Those vegan nachos look so delicious!
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The Food Rush 21h
Discover how are tackling with their surplus bakery subscription boxes.
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The Food Rush 22h
The number of homeless people in the UK stands at an all time high. The official numbers tell us that “on any given night in autumn 2017, 4,751 people were sleeping rough”. This figure has more than doubled since 2010.
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The Food Rush 23h
When being vegan or vegetarian is a tough choice, choosing to go flexitarian might be the better option. Just like any big change, it won't be easy but your body and the environment will thank you!
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The Food Rush Aug 19
It's time to buy , and grains are no exception. You'll be supporting local farmers, lowering your carbon footprint and making the British food system a little more sustainable.
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The Food Rush Aug 19
In efforts to cut down , set up urban vegetable gardens in 26 of their hotels in the UK. It's not exactly farm-to-table freshness, but it's pretty close!
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The Food Rush Aug 19
Hi , here at The Food Rush we promote food that’s good for people and good for the planet. We love food and drink brands that are doing good in the world and want to help them reach a wider audience.
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The Food Rush Aug 19
has become the first UK supermarket to offer pure spring water in aluminum cans. Not only are the cans recyclable, they can be back in shelves as another can in only 2 months!
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The Food Rush Aug 19
Has our record hot summer and our love of BBQ's had an impact on deforestation? We all need to keep an eye out for the FSC logo to be sure we're not adding to global deforestation.
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The Food Rush Aug 19
Eat meat, they say. You need the protein, they say. Surprise, surprise -- they were wrong! These foods reportedly contain more protein than even meat and dairy. All the more reason to go !
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The Food Rush Aug 19
Confused by food labels - especially all those that highlight higher levels of ethical practise or animal welfare? Here's what they all mean.
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The Food Rush Aug 19
Replying to @UnwinedSW17
This is great news, now we can pop in for a cheeky glass on our way home from work!!
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The Food Rush Aug 19
This sounds wonderful: "Campaigners claim a plastic-free supermarket aisle is the future of food and drink retail – and a mobile version of this vision will soon be travelling across Europe to promote a plastic-free way of life."
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