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!!
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