Although ‘saving the bees’ might not sound like the first priority when it comes to today’s food system, it is hugely important.
Seaweed is one of the few veggie sources of iodine, which is important for cognitive function and maintaining healthy skin. Should we be eating more of it?
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.
Cereal can be one of the biggest sources of sugar in a child’s diet. Although many cereals are fortified with vitamins and minerals, they are also often full of added refined sugar.
A typical energy drink contains 27.5g of total sugars in one 250ml can – this is more than a child aged seven to 10 should consume in a whole day!
This week on Friday Night Feast, Jamie and Jimmy lift the lid on baby food and look more closely at what’s in these important products.
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.
Every year in the UK, we chuck out enough food to fill the Royal Albert Hall four times over. Yet at the same time, 8 million people are struggling to put food on the table.