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    A Fine Serving Of Feminism in The Food Sector

    Food & Drink Editor Lydia Waller celebrates a current example of all-female powered brands and production lines in the coffee industry, Girls Who Grind Coffee

    Written by Lydia Waller on 11th March 2019


    Why We Can All Afford to Go Vegan

    Food&Drink's Alice Wibberley explains to us why Veganism is an affordable lifestyle for all

    Written by alice.wibberley on 9th March 2019


    A Plant-Based Culture

    Food & Drink's Jamie Cheung talks about his own relationship with cultural experiences of food and a herbivorous diet

    Written by Jamie Cheung on 4th March 2019


    Veganism: Good for The Brain?

    Food&Drink's Beth Sadler discusses the alleged correlation between Veganism and mental health, and the reality of restricting your diet beyond social media portrayals

    Written by Beth Sadler on 25th February 2019


    When Supermarkets Treat Us: Tesco’s Freddo Sale

    Redbrick's Harriet Laban discusses what it means for society's relationship with Supermarket giants, when they tease us with the prices of the past

    Written by Harriet Laban on 17th February 2019


    Introducing: Huel and the Shake-Based Diet

    Redbrick's Isaac Parry introduces us to the conveniences of shake-based diets and shares his opinion on the benefits of Huel

    Written by Isaac Parry on 13th February 2019


    Easy As Pie: A Valentine’s Gift Guide

    Food&Drink Editor Emily Calder preps us for Valentine's day with a gift guide for all things sweet and cheap

    Written by Emily Calder on 13th February 2019


    The Myth Of Plant-Based Protein: Becoming Legend

    Food&Drink's Jamie Cheung challenges the myth that a plant-based diet means a lack of protein

    Written by Jamie Cheung on 7th February 2019


    All You Need To Know About Valendining

    Food&Drink's Beth Sadler prepares us for V-day, whether we are eating in, out, with friends or someone friendlier

    Written by Beth Sadler on 6th February 2019


    Planetary Diet: The Diet That Could Save The World

    Food&Drink's Izzy Gipps tried and tested the proposed Planetary Diet that could save lives

    Written by Izzy Gipps on 3rd February 2019
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