Our June newsletter is out now!
We’re now on our way out of the so-called ‘Hungry Gap’ meaning that UK-grown produce becomes more plentiful…and cheaper too.
With this in mind, it is a good opportunity to look at some different fruit and veg, the vitamins and minerals they contain and how including a good variety in our diets can be so beneficial to good health.
More than any other foods, fruit and vegetables contain essential vitamins, minerals and fibre that are vital for good health and disease prevention.
What do each of the vitamins do and where can you find them? Read on to find out more!!
With the cost of living increasing so much at the moment, we thought it would be useful to go through some of the essentials to keep in stock to help you to keep down the cost of eating well. Download … More
Project Food has launched new dates for our popular Cooking Made Easy groups in Axminster and Seaton. Funded by the Seaton Hospital League of Friends, the Seaton group will continue to meet at The Marshlands Centre, Harbour Road on the … More
Our April newsletter is out now! We have been very busy recently with new sign-ups to our mailing list, so we are taking a look at the main Project Food principles for eating well this month. Remember, it’s not just … More