As you know, the Nina & Co. team are champions of ethical food production and animal welfare. Sadly, at seasonal times of the year, ethics and welfare often take second place to greed, sales and profit. This exclusive report by
I’m sorry about my juvenile tantrum, but this recent news has got me stamping my tinies. Perhaps some culture would help me redeem myself? Thanks to Sir Walter Scott for this one… “Oh! What a tangled web we weave, when
If you’re a regular to the Nina & Co. blog, you’ll know how irked I get when it comes to the senseless waste of food. You’ll also know I’ve been ranting about it for years. That’s why I thought it
You know when you get that warm, fuzzy feeling inside? When the bad boys suddenly do something good for a change? Well, that happened to me just before Easter. I had almost forgiven Tesco for some of its past transgressions
You know the phrase ‘use it or lose it’? It’s one that will soon be applied to the British Pork industry. Since 2002, half the UK’s dairy farms have gone out of business because it costs more to produce milk
Every year it’s the same old thing in the run up to Christmas – pictures of happy smiling people bustling with bonhomie. Golden turkeys roasted and basted to perfection. Don’t you think it’s boring? Don’t you fancy something different for
Gotcha! You thought this blog was going to be about burgers, tasteless, mass-market ready-meals and greasy kebabs, didn’t you? No doubt you were bracing yourself for one of my rants on junk food and the need for more cookery education.
Why are UK Governments so fond of voluntary standards? Is it so they can claim they’ve told us so, before they wash their hands of the whole situation?