April newsletter out now

Our Project Food newsletter is out now!

We are back with an update on what we have been doing over the past couple of months and to tell you what we have coming up during May and June.  There is also some information on what other support is available locally.

This month, we tell you a bit more about the launch of the National Databank.  This initiative will help to support people finding it hard to afford data for their mobile phones.  More information on this can be found here.

There is also some information on how you can make the most of using frozen fruit and vegetables. Many people are now swapping from fresh to frozen food in a bid to keep food bills down.  Buying frozen has advantages, and the savings can add up if you have a few mouths to feed.  Frozen fruit and veg tend to be cheaper and, with less waste, it’s clear to see why it’s selling so well at the moment. If you would like to learn more, TV chef, Jamie Oliver has a great range of tips and recipes on his website.

Here’s a start with 2 great recipes using frozen fruit and veg! April newsletter recipe

In the meantime, click here to read this months newsletter:

Project Food newsletter April 2023

If you would like to chat to any of the Project Food team about anything in this newsletter, please do not hesitate to get in touch.






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