Our December newsletter is out now.
We would like to start by saying a huge thank you to our volunteer, Lily for her work on this month’s newsletter.
We all know how easy it is to get caught up in the hype over festive foods, especially when we see all the tasty treats being advertised on TV. Unfortunately, though, these are often not the healthiest foods and can be high in saturated fats and sugars.
In this festive edition, we’ll talk about the nutrition of holiday treats, how to avoid festive panic-buying and suggest a few helpful snack swaps.
Food is very important in helping us through the dark, cold months. But, it doesn’t have to be the energy-dense but nutrient-poor foods we reach for. This month, you’ll find some mood-boosting festive food ideas and our recipe this month is a delicious low sugar shortbread.
We also talk a bit about food waste over Christmas and give you some hints and tips about how you can reduce what you throw away. More tips can be found on the Love Food Hate Waste website.
You can read our full newsletter by clicking the link below
And not forgetting our delicious Christmas Shortbread recipe!!
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas
With love from The Project Food Team
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