Getting your kids to eat healthily

We hope you enjoyed our blog article about brussel sprouts and beetroot in  The Power of Veg (Part 1) . Following on from that, locally-based certified functional nutrition coach Milena is back with the second installment of the 2019 Hull Veg City blog and advice for parents. Getting your kids to eat healthily By Milena

The Power of VEG!

Happy New Year from the Hull Food Partnership! After a festive period when many of us night have overindulged, January is the perfect time to start new eating habits. This month, in the spirit of healthy eating, the Hull Veg City theme is nutrition and we’ll be featuring a veg-based blog written by two local

Hull Veg City – Launch 31st October 2018

The Hull Veg City campaign have announced that they will be holding their official launch on Wednesday 31st October with a lunchtime soup event 11:30 -1:30pm on King Edward Street Hull. For more information, or if you would like to be involved, contact Bryony at the address below. To get involved and make a difference

Tackling food poverty through people-powered change

Food Power is a nationwide project that aims to strengthen local communities’ ability to reduce food poverty through solutions developed by them, with the support of their peers from across the UK. Its goal is to transform the way that people in food poverty access support and create long-term, sustainable lives that are free from

Join the food sharing revolution

Did you know… homes in the UK throw away over a quarter of their weekly grocery shopping. Meanwhile, our cupboards are full of things we’ll never eat or use. So if you love free food, hate waste and care about your community or environment, there is a mobile phone app for you, and it’s called