Although ‘saving the bees’ might not sound like the first priority when it comes to today’s food system, it is hugely important.
Most consumers buy fillets of fish that are neatly cut and packed, however fish belly, an often overlooked cut is delicious and has good nutritional value.
A favourite Sunday roast in the UK, lamb is traditionally a spring meat and the go-to choice at Easter. But, as Jamie and Jimmy discover on Friday Night Feast, our appetite for lamb so early in the year causes problems for British farmers.
This week on Friday Night Feast, Jamie and Jimmy take a look at how the growing British veal industry is also solving a problem for our dairy farmers. Daniel Nowland, Head of Jamie’s Technical Food Team, explains what’s happening.
One of Jamie and Jimmy’s Friday Night Feast campaigns this year is to promote better duck farming standards – did you know that many British farmed ducks don’t have any access to water?
In the UK today, a huge amount of the animal and seafood products we consume are farmed. This feature explains how farming is applied to fish, and explores the positives and negatives of this practice.
In this feature, Daniel Nowland explains why soil is so important to the food system we all rely on, and the threats that it faces in present times.
Lamb is a Sunday roast favourite across the UK and is often the centre of a big family feast. But where exactly does lamb come from and what’s the difference between lamb and mutton?
In this second part of Daniel’s article on ethical shopping, he explains what to look out for when buying animal products and how to stay smart when you do your weekly shop.