5th November 2014 – Love Food Hate Waste are offering free training for groups, organisations and businesses in Cardiff. Book now for 2015.
3rd November 2014 – We’re proud to announce that Cardiff University has become the first university in Wales to be accredited as a Living Wage employer.
1st November 2014 – Ever wondered what the Living Wage is, how it’s calculated, and which employers pay it? Click here to find out.
30th October – A guest post from Dean Atkins of the Parish of Cardiff St German with St Saviour about exciting new plans for a pop up café.
7th November – Thank you to everyone who helped to make Food Cardiff’s first Food Summit a success. The feedback we’ve recieved from the event has been overwhelmingly positive and we’re looking forward with you all to reduce food inequalities in our city.
8th October 2015 – David Thorpe, Special Consultant for the Sustainable Cities Collective, visited Cardiff’s Country Fair to ask the question ‘what makes a sustainable city?’
3rd October 2014 – “It cannot be right that people can be in full-time work and still struggle to make ends meet.” Dr John Middleton of the Faculty of Public Health advocates for a living wage in the UK.
19th September 2014 – WRAP is inviting Cardiff-based not for profit groups or charities to submit Expression of Interest project proposals that will help reduce household food waste in their communities.
15th September 2014 – WRAP Crymru are offering grants of up to £50,000 to help small and medium businesses cut their waste.
12th September 2014 – Residents in Cardiff can each save £200 a year, simply by doing one thing differently!