Phew, what a week of ‘How it Should Be’s’ last week was. Kicking off with the CSA conference in Stroud – listen here, and finishing with a flourish with the opening of HiSbe, the new 'How it Should Be' happiness before profit store in Brighton (all the rave on Twitter, and, yes, such a great name and concept), as well as the Sustainable Food Trust’s True-Cost Accounting of Food and Agriculture conference, it felt like one of those game changing weeks for the caring, sharing, needs must, small-scale, humankind, Brave New World we are all part of.
10 December 2013 | 0 Comments
| Recommended by 0 Anna Louise Batchelor:
We all want to eat more local organic food; it's fresher, healthier and reduces food miles but just like money, high quality local organic food doesn't always grow on trees. Over the last couple of years myself and colleagues from the True Food Community Co-operative have been travelling the country talking to would-be and newbie set-up co-ops about how to get started. We've also talked about how to scale up from getting more members to how to provide a viable alternative to the supermarkets. We've been creating a demand for local organic food but with that comes the need for dependable, quality supply.
12 June 2012 | 83 Comments
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