The human cost of agrotoxins. How glyphosate is killing Argentina

The human cost of agrotoxins. How glyphosate is killing Argentina

Glyphosate, one of the world’s most used herbicides in agriculture, has devastating, dramatic effects on the health of people living in very close contact with it. This time, the warning does not come from environmental organisations or WHO’s agencies, but from a photo feature. Pablo Ernesto Piovano is an Argentinian photographer that decided, in 2014, to

Persimmons, a seasonal treasure

Persimmons, a seasonal treasure

Energetic and rich in vitamins, persimmons should be consumed when soft. Clean them well, cut into halves and taste the pulp by spooning it out.

Pear muffins

Pear muffins

An easy and quick recipe to prepare pear muffins without sugar.

Pomegranate, succulent grains

Pomegranate, succulent grains

Pomegranates have always been considered a symbol of fertility. We’re struck by its beauty: it looks like a big yellow-red berry, its stalk seems a crown and, inside, it has those fleshy, irresistible, red and translucent grains. Pomegranate trees are as beautiful as their fruit: they adorn luxuriant Mediterranean gardens, have wonderful reddish trumpet flowers

Celeriac and saffron soup

Celeriac and saffron soup

The celeriac and saffron soup combines the delicate flavour of the vegetable with the strong taste of the spice. Sprinkle with chopped pistachio to add texture.

UK supermarkets have reduced food waste by 20,000 tonnes

UK supermarkets have reduced food waste by 20,000 tonnes

A group of UK leading retailers teamed up to reduce supermarket food waste. In 2014, according to the British Retail Consortium (BRC), they managed to reduce food waste by 20,000 tonnes. Asda, Co-operative Food, Marks and Spencer, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Tesco, and Waitrose reduced, from 200,000 to 180,000 tonnes, the edible food being thrown away over the past year.