It’s often the case that good stories around quality or animal welfare start with small artisanal products – luxury items that are almost always expensive. It’s therefore really exciting when similar stories can be found on a bigger scale in the brands we all use every day.
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“Fey-goh-da, feh-wha-da?” “No, fedg-e-wa-da, fed-ge-waaa-da,” Almir Santos corrects me. I am sitting with Jamie Oliver’s friend of 20 years, who is currently the Senior Training and Development Chef of The Fifteen Apprentice Programme, and who knew Jamie when he was an upcoming celebrity chef working at the legendary Italian restaurant River Cafe. Santos sits across from Read the full article…
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