Hurray! Some good news to come out of the political world after the week of ridiculous #piggate Anyone else bored of that now? Research shows that over 85% of children in the first three years of school have taken up the free meals, a brilliant stat. Long may they continue.
You might notice cod back on your fish and chip menus soon with the announcement that North Sea cod numbers have increased enough in the past 10 years for the Marine Conservation Society to put it on their 'fish to eat' list (in moderation).
A strong headline for an important issue - the large scale farming of chickens, pigs, cows and sheep is creating huge environmental issues but that is not the only debate. Yuval Noah Harari looks back at the relationship between humans and animals and considers why the rearing of animals in extreme, inhumane conditions is determined to be socially acceptable.
Regularly touted as the best restaurant in the world, owner and head chef, René Redzepi has decided that Noma needs a change. This article looks at his plans to create an urban farm in Copenhagen as well as his innovative ideas for the future of Noma - each season the menu will change to reflect the abundance of seafood, mushrooms, vegetables and game. Turning a restaurant completely vegetarian for a season is a bold move but one that Noma will surely follow through with great success.