• Food for Fun: Best Food Socs at Notts

    Everyone knows that joining societies is one of the best things to do when at university. You get to meet groups of like-minded people and attend events together, where, more likely than not, a friendship will form. But what’s better than joining a society? ...
  • Foodprint: Making Food Go Further

    Foodprint is a Social Supermarket and food distribution network run by volunteer students at University of Nottingham for the local community. Our food editor, Alice Nott, sat down with their Volunteer Recruitment Manager, Beth Plunkett, a first-year Economics student at University of Nottingham. Beth told her about what Foodprint...
  • Vitamin C: Overhyped Or Wonder Treatment?

    Ruth explores how including Viatmin C in your diet is essential in the middle of a pandemic....
  • From Nutrients To Nuggets: The History Of Schools Meals

    After Rashford's campaign to ensure children get feed over the summer holiday, Kayleigh Moore explores school meals their history and their importance....
  • Spotlight on: VegSoc

    Today's spotlight is on Vegsoc, UON's Vegetarian and Vegan Society, who welcome all food lovers at Nottingham, plant-based or otherwise! Our very own food editor, Alice Nott, sits down with their new committee to find out more about who they are, their values, and what plans they have for...
  • Show Up With Your Purse: 5 BAME-Owned Food Businesses To Support In Nottingham

    Lois writes about a few of the many thriving food businesses in Nottingham that are owned BAME members of the city's diverse community. Why not open your purse strings and try them out?...
  • 5 Cookbooks Written By BAME Chefs And Food Connoisseurs

    Lexie shares some of her favourite cookbooks written by world-class BAME chefs. These are five outstanding books you should definitely consider buying and enjoying ASAP. ...