A recent YouGov survey has found that in the past year a quarter of the British public have cut back on the amount of meat they eat. Even more, one in three of us, said we would consider eating less meat, with the need to save money among the key reasons given. But despite our squeezed budgets, around half of us reported that we would be willing to pay more for ‘better’ meat – meat that tastes better, is healthier, and is produced to higher animal welfare and environmental standards – and this was true across the social spectrum, not just among the most wealthy.
17 March 2014 | 0 Comments
| Recommended by 4 Kathie Auton:
My last post was about talking to children about where their veg comes from. About trying to persuade them that eating the greenstuff is a joy, not something to be endured, and about allowing kids to learn about food from a very early age. My city kids, never more than ½ mile from the nearest coffee shop, have a very different life to my own, slightly muddy upbringing in the Staffordshire Moorlands.
15 June 2012 | 0 Comments
| Recommended by 14 Vicki Hird:
What is the connection between the jaguar, a school meal and ambulance refits? There is one. Honest. It’s about food. And about how much and what we eat.
08 February 2011 | 2 Comments
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