Our February newsletter is to give you an update on what Project
Food has been doing, what we have coming up and what support is
available in our local area. We are so lucky to have many active
organisations all working alongside each other to support our local
community. If you would like more information on anything in this
newsletter, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
You will have seen that we are having to ration salad staples like tomatoes and cucumbers
for the past couple of weeks amid a shortage of fresh vegetables. Shelves of fresh produce in
many stores have been bare, and most major supermarkets have imposed limits on how
many salad bags or bell peppers customers are allowed to buy. If you enjoy a salad but need inspiration on how you can make one without the usual ingredients, be sure to check out this month’s recipe sheet.
Welcome to the Project Food annual newsletter – Food Matters. Ideally, everyone would have the income, skills, knowledge and confidence to enjoy a nutritious diet. Many people live on very low incomes, suffer from mental illness, have never been taught … More
Our October newsletter is out now and this month we are talking about the benefits of fish. Most of us should try to include more fish in our diets, so this month it’s on the menu at Project Food. Our … More
Project Food will be returning to Chard with our new and exciting cooking group – ‘Cooking with Confidence’ Whether you are cooking just for yourself, caring for a loved one, managing a diet-related illness or simply not feeling very confident … More