• The Problems You Face When Working in the Food and Drinks Industry

    Part-time work is hard to come by and so when you are struggling for cash you will be excited when you get an offer of employment from a restaurant or bar. Here is some friendly advice, just don’t. It is not like the movies where you’re a cute waitress,...
  • What Happened When I Went Vegan for Lent

    Can you make yourself gluten intolerant? I have definitely made it possible with the copious amount of bread I have consumed over the past few weeks. Name a food and I am confident I can make it into a toast topping. The best so far (I have still got...
  • Impact Food Investigates: Junk Food Adverts and Childhood Obesity

    There is no doubt that in recent years, obesity has become a formidable issue within society. The word is persistently cropping up in news headlines, and with recent statistics showing that 40% of London’s children are overweight or obese, it is not hard to understand this statistic. It seems...
  • How to Cut Down on Your Food Waste

    With an attitude of climate change in the air, food waste has become a recent talking point. Some food waste will always be inevitable, but cutting down on being wasteful will not only help save the planet but will also be cheaper in the long run. Here’s my top...
  • Rosa’s Recommendation of the Week: Alchemilla

    Alchemilla describes itself as ‘unique, imaginative, plant-based dining’; they are not a vegan restaurant, but their menu is centred around high quality plant-based food. Alchemilla showcases British fruit and vegetables, with the addition of other non-vegan ingredients to demonstrate the full spectrum of flavours and textures that plant-based food...
  • Mother’s Day Breakfast Recipes

    Mother’s Day falls this Sunday and while it can be difficult to get your Mum the present she really deserves on the uni student budget, making her a lovely breakfast can really show you care and not break the bank either. So here are a few recipe ideas that...
  • Brexit and its Impact on the Food Industry

    The scary truth is that we are now in Brex-month and the possibility of a no-deal Brexit is still technically on the table. As we move unnervingly fast towards the 29th March, the government is still unsure of what life in Britain will be like from April onwards. If the...